Seasons Change In The Northern And Southern Hemisphere

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Seasons change due to the tilt of the Earth which is 23.5 degrees as it orbits around the sun. When the Northern Hemisphere is tilted towards the sun, it is Summer for that part of earth and winter for the Southern Hemisphere because of the indirect sunlight. Althpugh they both still recieve some sunlight during summer but they do not reach hot temperatures. Six months later when the Earth is on the other side of the sun it would be the opposite with the Southern Hemisphere pointing towards the sun and the Northern facing away. When the earth is midway through its orbit, both hemispheres receive the same amount of rays making it spring and autnm. The North and South Pole always remain cold because of indirect sunlight. Only a small part
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