Why And How Seasons Occur- Part 2_ Janiah Sweeney 2A
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The Earth has these things called Hemispheres. The Earth has two: the Northern Hemisphere and the Southern Hemisphere.
When the hemisphere is tilted towards the Sun, it's summer in that certain hemisphere. But when the hemisphere is tilted away from the Sun, it's winter in that certain hemisphere. The seasons in the Northern and Southern Hemispheres are always opposite from each other.
A common mistake is that people make all the time is the distance we are from the Sun during certain seasons. When the Northern Hemisphere is having Summer, it is the farthest from the Sun during any other time of the year.
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