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Chapter 6-2

The sun appears farthest north of the equator once each year and farthest south once each year.Each of these days is know as a Solstice
The noon sun is directly overhead at the equator, rises due east, and sets due west. Each of these days is know as an Equinox
The movement of one object around another. Revolution
A system of organizing time that defines the beginning, length, and divisions of a year. Calander
Earths path in a slightly elongated circle, or ellipse. Orbit
The imaginary line that passes through Earth's center and the North and South poles is Earth's ________. Axis
The spinning of Earth on its axis is. Rotation
Created by: seth schaefer