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Which of the following is NOT a season?
a) Winter b) Spring c) Autumn d) Solstice
Why do we have seasons on Earth?
a) The Sun is tilted on its axis b) The Earth is tilted on its axis c) Because the Earth revolves around the Sun d) The distance that the Earth is from the Sun
How many degrees is the Earth's axis tilted?
a) 90 b) 23.5 c) 0 d) 53.5
During which season in the Northern Hemisphere does the Sun's rays hit the Earth at the most direct angle?
a) Summer b) Spring c) Winter d) Fall
During which season in the Northern Hemisphere are the days the shortest?
a) Summer b) Spring c) Winter d) Fall
What is the name of the shortest DAY of the year?
a) Vernal Equinox b) Summer Solstice c) Autumnal Equinox d) Winter Solstice
What is the name of the longest day of the year?
a) Vernal Equinox b) Summer Solstice c) Autumnal Equinox d) Winter Solstice
What is the name of a day in which the day and night are of equal duration?
a) Northern Hemisphere b) Solstice c) Equinox d) Southern Hemisphere
How many times each year do we have days, in which the day and night are of equal duration?
a) 2 b) 3 c) 4 d) 1
What are the names of the days when day and night are of equal duration?
a) Vernal Solstice & Autumnal Solstice b) Summer Solstice & Winter Solstice c) Summer Equinox & Winter Equinox d) Vernal Equinox & Autumnal Equinox
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