Season Change

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Earth revolves around the sun in 365 days. Orbit in which earth revolves around is in an ellipse shape. This note has information about the season change.
Season Change

Earth revolves around the sun in 365 days. Orbit in which earth revolves around is in an ellipse shape. So, sometimes earth goes near and sometimes far to the sun. When the earth moves nearer to the sun-earth becomes hotter and when the earth moves farther to the sun-earth becomes cooler. Due to this phenomena, earth experiences the different season. There are four seasons. They are:

  1. Summer: On December 21st, sun rays directly lie in the tropic of Capricorn. So, it is the shortest day and longest night. On those days northern hemisphere experiences, coldness and southern hemisphere experience hotness. On those days northern hemisphere experiences winter season whereas southern hemisphere experiences summer season.

  2. Winter: On June 21st, the rays of the sun lies in the tropic of cancer. So, it is the shortest night and longest day. Northern hemisphere faces nearer towards the sun. So northern hemisphere experiences the longer day and shorter nights. On these days, northern hemisphere experiences hotness and southern hemisphere experience coldness. On those days, the northern hemisphere experiences summer season whereas southern hemisphere experiences a winter season.

  3. Autumn: On March 21st, the rays of the sun again lie on the equator. Day and night have a same interval of time. So, there will be no extreme hotness or coldness. On those days northern hemisphere experiences, spring season whereas southern hemisphere experiences the autumn season.

  4. Spring: On September 23rd, the rays of the sun exactly lie on the equator. That day both hemisphere experiences equal interval of day and night. So, there will be no extreme hotness or coldness. On those days, northern hemisphere experiences autumn season whereas southern hemisphere experiences spring season.:

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Things to remember
  • Earth revolves around the sun in 365 days. 
  • On June 21st, the rays of the sun lies in tropic of cancer. 
  • On September 23, the rays of the sun exactly lies on the equator. 
  • On March 21st, the rays of the sun again lies on the equator. Day and night has same interval of time.
  • On December 21st, sun of rays directly lies in tropic of Capricorn. So, it is shortest day and longest night.

 

  • It includes every relationship which established among the people.
  • There can be more than one community in a society. Community smaller than society.
  • It is a network of social relationships which cannot see or touched.
  • common interests and common objectives are not necessary for society.
Videos for Season Change
Earth's Tilt 1: The Reason for the Seasons
Seasons
Questions and Answers

There are four seasons. They are:

  1. Summer
  2. Winter
  3. Autumn
  4. Spring

June 21st is the longest day and December 21stis the shortest day of the year.

June 21st is the longest day and shortest night of the year.

December 21st is the longest night and shortest day of the year.

On march 21stand September 23, both hemispheres will experience equal interval of day and night.

On June 21st, the rays of the sun lie in the tropic of cancer.Northern hemisphere faces nearer towards the sun. So northern hemisphere experiences the longer day and shorter nights. In these days, northern hemisphere experiences hotness and southern hemisphere experiences coldness.In those days, the northern hemisphere experiences summer season whereas southern hemisphere experiences the winter season.

On December 21, sun rays directly lie in the tropic of Capricorn. Southern hemisphere faces nearer towards the sun. In those days, northern hemisphere experiences coldness and southern hemisphere experiences hotness. In those days, northern hemisphere experiences winter season whereas southern hemisphere experiences summer season.

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