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How does the day and night occur?
How does day and night occur? Day and night occur because of earths rotation. It turns dark outside when the sun is on the other side of earth. All of this happens during the 24 hour cycle.Basiclly I'm saying is when the Earth rotates on its axis day and night occur.
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Why Day and Night Occur Day and night occur because the earth rotates around its own axis. This rotation takes about 24 hours to complete. As the sun is a star and not …a planet, it stands still, and when one side of earth faces the sun - we call it day. And the side facing away from sun is cast in shadow - we call it night.
Day and night occurs because the earth rotates .As a point of the surface of the earth reaches parallel to the sun it will most likely be 12:00 pm
Because Earth is spinning constantly on its axis, and the Sun's light can only fall on one half at a time.
A sea breeze is a constant wind coming off the ocean onto the land. During the day, the ground is hotter over the land than the sea. Hot air rises and is replaced by the coole…r air that used to be over the sea. The replacement of air is what is felt as wind or a sea breeze. During the night you are likely to have a land breeze as the air above the sea is warmer than the air above the land.
plants respire during the day as well the rate of respiration is lower than the rate of photosynthesis in the day
the earth rotates on its axis
Day and night are caused due to Earth's axial rotation around the Sun; along with the fact that we have just one Sun.
First: what is wind? Winds are caused by differences in air pressure. These differences can be caused by changing atmospheric conditions, such as conditions between day and ni…ght. Air in an area of high pressure will move to an area of lower pressure in order to reach equilibrium. This horizontal movement of air is wind. Wind is named for the direction it comes from and not to where its headed. During the day, land is warmed at a faster rate than water (since water has a higher specific heat and therefore requires more time to be heated). The air over land is heated as well, and rises in the atmosphere. At the same time, cooler air from the sea moves to replace the rising warm air. This is because the rising, warmer air leaves the land and creates an area of low air pressure, while air over the sea is in an area of higher air pressure. Simultaneously, the warm air from the land cools and drops away from the land. This air raises the air pressure over the sea. The winds moving to replace risen air from land are the sea breeze. At night, the opposite process occurs. Since water has a higher specific heat than land, water retains its heat for a longer period of time. Thus, the sea is warmer than the land at night. Warm air from the sea rises, becomes colder and denser, falling over the land. Cooled air replaces risen air from the sea. This wind is the land breeze.
They differ from the earths axis in relationship to its position during its one year revolution.
It occurs during the day because in order to run the Calvin cycle NADPH and ATP are needed from the light reaction.
Beacuse the plants use the energy from the sun to turn into their own energy and food, glucose is involed to, somewhere
The sun can't shine on the whole world at once.
Day and night occur because the earth rotates around its axis once every 24 hours. During each rotation the part of the earth facing the sun receives the light from the sun, a…nd this is called day. The side facing away from the sun is cast in shadow and this is called night.
The sun appears to move, remain in orbit the earth
Basically anywhere away from the equator changes the ratio of day to night for each 24 hr period, and the Arctic and Antarctic circles at about 660 latitude are special cases.… There, the sun does not set or rise for one or more days a year, the number of days at a time increasing as you get closer to the poles where the sun stays up for 6 months a year, and stays set for the other 6 months (approximately). Hence, the phrase "land of the midnight sun".
For the Northern Hemisphere that would be on or about December 21st
In The Bible
What were the events of the night before and on the day of the crucifixion in the order that they occurred?
A: Mark's Gospel divides the last twenty four hours in the life of Jesus into periods of just three hours each, listing each event and marking off time to measure …the three hours between each event: "When it was evening", or approximately 6 pm, Jesus and the disciples began the Last Supper. The duration of the Passover meal was three hours and it concluded with the singing of a hymn. So at the end of his segment Mark noted, "And when they had sung a hymn they went out to the Mount of Olives". It was about 9 p.m. Jesus and the disciples went to the Garden of Gethsemane, where his closest disciples, Peter, James and John, were not able to remain awake. "Could you not watch one hour?" Jesus asked. The process was repeated two more times. The disciples could not watch one, two or three hours. It was now midnight. The act of betrayal, the darkest deed in human history occurred at the stroke of midnight. Jesus was led away for a trial before the Sanhedrin. This governing body then judged him, on the basis of his messianic claim, to be worthy of death. It was 3:00 a.m. The watch of the night between 3 am and 6 am was called cockcrow. Mark now inserted his account of Peter's threefold denial of Jesus, once each hour until the cock crowed, marking the end of that phase of the night. That makes it 6 a.m. "As soon as it was morning", which would be 6 o'clock, Jesus was led by the chief priests, scribes and elders to Pontius Pilate for judgement. "It was the third hour", or 9 o'clock "when they crucified him". When "the sixth hour had come" (12 noon), as if on cue, darkness covered the whole earth for three hours, a counterpoint to the midnight betrayal. At the end of the three hours, at 3 p.m., Jesus said "My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me?" Jesus was buried in the final period from 3 to 6 p.m., before the sun went down and the Sabbath began.