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In the Northern Hemisphere, December 21 has the shortest length of daylight, and the longest length of Daylight is June 21. In the Southern Hemisphere, it is the oppos…ite.
It is december i think lol.
the Earth's orbit around the sun is elliptical so Earth is farther away from the sun in some places (winter) and closer in some places (summer). also Earth's axis tilt causes …light rays to spread and our rotation around our axis causes the darkness when the part of the Earth turns away from the sun.
Yes, the moon has a roughly 14 Earth day day length. The lunar landings were arranged so that the astronauts were on the moon during the lunar day.
As mentioned, about two weeks in most places. However, there are believed to be some areas which are in permanent darkness as they're shadowed from the sun by mountains near… the poles... NASA is interested in them because ice may have accumulated there making water available for lunar bases.
Because the Earth is tilted on its axis which means the northern hemisphere faces the sun longer which makes day time long.
Staying true to the question the way it's written, it's the other way around - it's the seasons that affect the length of day and night. The hemisphere whose pole points t…owards the sun gets summer and longer days and the hemisphere whose pole points away from the sun gets winter. And the further away from the equator the more pronounced the difference becomes, with the poles having continuous night during winter and continuous day during summer. It turns out that the elliptical orbit of the Earth has little effect on the seasons. Instead, it is the23.45-degree tilt of the planet's rotational axis that causes us to have winter and summer. The diagram below demonstrates what happens. In this diagram, you can see the axis of rotation and the equator. The Northern Hemisphere (at the top) is currently experiencing winter, and the Southern Hemisphere is experiencing summer. By looking at how sunlight is landing on the planet in the diagram, you can clearly see two things: The Southern Hemisphere is getting about three times as much sunlight as the Northern Hemisphere. The North Pole is getting zero sunlight, which is why it experiences 24 hours of darkness in January. That huge difference in the amount of sunlight reaching the ground in the different hemispheres is what causes the seasons.
because the world turns
no the length of day depends on the time of year.
Although the length of daylight may influence the beginning and ending time of the Sabbath, it doesn't affect its total length, since the Sabbath lasts nominally one day, meas…ured from one sunset to the next sunset.
All of it, however it depends on whether it is sunny or cloudy. On a sunny day, it is daylight over the whole of the equator. As the earth spins, the sun shines on different p…arts of the equator, and so in a 24 hour period, the WHOLE LENGTH of the equator has daylight.
1 degree longitude or latitude? What day of the year? Middle of winter, 1 degree latitude, no daylight. But middle of summer same place, 24 hours.
Today September 24th average is 12 hours and 03 minutes.