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The seasons of the year

Why do some areas on Earth have continuously heat while other deluged by low temperatures and snow; And why the seasons are reversed in the two hemispheres; The Rebecca Kaplan explains how the shape of the orbit of the earth around the Sun and the tilt of its axis around affect the amount of sunlight it receives each area.

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  1. Mike says:

    It is not difficult. Basically it is simple if you notice..

  2. Giorgos says:

    the katalava tipota…

    • dimitris81 says:

      Much more Has to do with the tilt of the Earth towards the Sun and not the distance from him. i.e. with the prospwsis angle of light in the atmosphere.

    • Slayer says:

      Em how to understand having to go from introduction to import up to, in four:30, tell you what happens in 20/2. When the Sun's rays burst vertically has sweetening of hot, When crashing sideways makes cold, dats it.