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Revolution:
a) imaginary line that runs from a planet's north pole to its south pole on which the planet rotates b) elongated circle, oval c) path an object takes when revolving around another object d) act of moving in a path or orbit around another object
Season
a) periodic change in climate caused by change in solar eergy due to tilt of Earth as Earth orbits sun b) act of moving in a path or orbit around another object c) imaginary line that runs from a planet's north pole to its south pole on which the planet rotates d) elongated circle, oval
axis
a) imaginary line that runs from a planet's north pole to its south pole on which the planet rotates b) elongated circle, oval c) act of moving in a path or orbit around another object d) periodic change in climate caused by change in solar eergy due to tilt of Earth as Earth orbits sun
ellipse
a) periodic change in climate caused by change in solar eergy due to tilt of Earth as Earth orbits sun b) act of moving in a path or orbit around another object c) elongated circle, oval d) imaginary line that runs from a planet's north pole to its south pole on which the planet rotates
orbit
a) imaginary line that runs from a planet's north pole to its south pole on which the planet rotates b) path an object takes when revolving around another object c) periodic change in climate caused by change in solar eergy due to tilt of Earth as Earth orbits sun d) elongated circle, oval
On December 21 the most direct rays of the sun will be hitting
a) the Southern Hemisphere b) the Northern Hemisphere c) the North Pole d) the South Pole
On June 21 the most direct rays of the sun will be hitting
a) the Northern Hemisphere b) the Southern Hemisphere c) the North Pole d) the South Pole
What season are we having in the Northern Hemisphere when the most direct rays are hitting the hemishere?
a) Summer b) Winter c) Fall d) Spring
In direct sunlight solar energy is
a) concentrated onto a smaller area so it's more INTENSE and STRONGER b) spread out over a larger area so it's LESS INTENSE and LESS STRONG c) HMMMMM, I'd like to phone a friend. d) Am I suppose to know that??????
In indirect sunlight solar energy is
a) concentrated onto a smaller area so it's more INTENSE and STRONGER b) spread out over a larger area so it's LESS INTENSE and LESS STRONG c) it's night time for 24 hours d) it's day time for 24 hours
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