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Day & Night

what is Earths axis tilted towards? the Polaris
where is the north pole tilted towards in the winter? away from the sun
where is the north pole tilted towards in the summer? towards the sun
what is the longest day of the year? the summer solstice| June 21st
what is the shortest day of the year? the winter solstice| December 21st
when is the sun at its highest point? June 21st
when is the sun at its lowest point? December 21st
what happens to us when the earth is tilted towards the sun? we receive more direct sunlight
do we live in a clockwise our counterclockwise world? we live in a counterclockwise world
what direction does the earth revolve around the sun? it revolves around the sun Counterclockwise.
how long is a year? about 365 days
what are the seasons called? winter, spring, summer and autumn
is the earths axis sitting perfectly vertical? no
how much does the earths axis lean? 23.5 degrees from vertical
Created by: Patrick.J