[2015] Caren Kim (Z_2015 6th): Seasons

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[2015] Caren Kim (Z_2015 6th): Seasons

Day and night affect human activites. How does it happen? As Earth rotates on its axis, different parts face the sun. For instance, if the Eastern Hemisphere faced the sun, it would be day. However, in the Western Hemisphere it is night and vice versa. At night the moon is visible instead of the sun.

Enter your source list- http://www.easybib.com/cite/viewcePhoto URLs-( Season's image)http://cdn3-www.webecoist.momtastic.com/assets/uploads/2008/11/seasons-montage.png-( Day and Night diagram)://www.astronomycast.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/11/moon_phases_diagram.jpg-(Seasons diagram) http://www.black-cat-studios.com/catalog/earth2/imag006.jpg

SeasonsMovement of Earth, Moon, Sun - Seasons - day/night Caren Kim 6th

Seasons happen because of Earth's 23.5 degree tilt on it's axis. The tilt determines how much sunlight reaches the area at a certain time. For example, in the Northern Hemisphere, winter is when this part is tilted away from the sun, receiving less sunlight/sun energy, as the Earth orbits around the Sun. There are four seasons, each depending on how much sunlight has reached that area. They are four seasons: spring, summer, fall/autumn, and winter. At the beginning of a season, there is either a solstice or equinox.

Seasons

Day and Night

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Sun movements:-the sun provides heat and light but does not revolve or rotate. Earth movements:-The Earth revolves around the sun, creating seasons.-The Earth rotates on its axis, creating day and night. Moon movements: -The moon revolves around Earth, creating tides and the phases of the moon at night.


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