Group W The Seasons

The Seasons
It is true that Earth’s orbit is not a perfect circle. It is a bit lop-sided. During part of the year, Earth is closer to the sun than at other times. However, in the Northern Hemisphere, we are having winter when Earth is closest to the sun and summer when it is farthest away! Compared with how far away the sun is, this change in Earth's distance throughout the year does not make much difference to our weather.Earth has seasons because its axis doesn't stand up straight. Long, long ago, when Earth was young, it is thought that something big hit Earth and knocked it off-kilter. So instead of rotating with its axis straight up and down, it leans over a bit.

The seasons are controlled by the axis of the earth if the earth is tilted toward the sun it is summer and if it's is tilted away it is winter this also applies for spring and autumn when the earth i snot completely tilted and only some of the way. At the angle of 23.5 degrees.
Years are the full rotation of the sun
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Seasons on Earth are characterized by differences in temperature and the length of daylight. The four distinct seasons spring, summer, autumn and winter are found only in the temperate zones.
Earth makes one complete revolution about the Sun each year. Changes in the seasons are caused not by the varying distance between Earth and the Sun, but by the tilt of Earth on its axis during that revolution.In addition to this daily turning, the Earth also travels around the Sun once every year. As the Earth travels, its position in relation to the Sun changes. Sometimes, the Earth is tilting towards the Sun, which causes summer.

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