Do the sun's rays shine equally on the northern and southern hemispheres?
Asked in Northern Hemisphere, Southern Hemisphere
When does sunlight shine equally in the southern and northern hemisphere?
Why is the Southern Hemisphere warmer in January than in July?
Do the northern aurora lights shine in the summer?
Asked in Seasons
How do the change of seasons take place?
The season change because of Earth's orbit. Well , the Earth actually is always slightly slanted when it moves around. So when the Earth is going around the sun , the sun will shine rather straight to the northern hemisphere or the southern. So when the sun shine near the southern hemisphere it will rather be summer or Spring. Then it would be rather winter or autumn at the northern hemisphere. and
Asked in Northern Hemisphere, Seasons
Why does the sun shine from the northern hemisphere?
Asked in Seasons
What does the sun do to make the earth have seasons?
The Sun does nothing except shine on the Earth, hitting the Equator approximately directly from above. It is the tilting of the Earth on its axis, as it orbits round the Sun, that causes the seasons. For instance: when the northern hemisphere tilts towards the Sun, it is Summer in the northern hemisphere and Winter in the southern hemisphere. Eventually, the southern hemisphere has its turn of tilting towards the Sun, and it is Summer in the southern hemisphere and Winter in the northern hemisphere.
Asked in Norway
What area in the northern third of Norway does the sun shine the longest?
Asked in Southern Hemisphere, South Pole
What pole does the sun always shine when its summer in the southern hemisphere?
Asked in Social Sciences
How does seasons change?
The seasons change because of the Earth's orbit. The Earth, actually, is always slightly slanted when it orbits the sun. So when the Earth is going around the sun, the sun will shine straight onto the northern hemisphere or the southern hemisphere. So when the sun shines in the southern hemisphere it would be either summer or spring. Furthermore, if the sun shines in the northern hemisphere, it would be either winter or autumn.
Asked in Seasons
How does the directness of the sun's rays effect the seasons?
The directness of the sun's rays MAKE the seasons. The earth is tilted so the sun's rays don't shine there light as directly on the side tilted farther away from it than they do to the other side. So when the the sun shines and the Northern hemp. is tilted toward it the Northern hemp. has summer and the Southern Hemp. has winter.
Asked in Science, Seasons, Latitude and Longitude, The Sun
Where are the suns rays most direct during all times of the year?
What was the first day of spring 1976?
The First day of Spring, 1976, in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan was March 20th. The day before had been the longest say of Winter, when there is the least amount of saylight, I mean daylight in a 24 hour period. The first day of Spring, the daylight begins to shine longer, as the amount of darkness subsides, giving way to longer days. -- EDIT by Darthsmurfer: The first day of spring, also known as the vernal equinox, marks the first of two days during the calendar year when the sun shines equally on both the northern and southern hemispheres. Occurring March 20-21, the vernal equinox has symbolized the renewing of the earth and inspired traditional celebrations since the birth of human civilization. Therefore, the days before and after, would be almost equal on both hemispheres mentioned above. The longest night is actually December 21st. The longest day is June 20th.
Why does the sun shine brighter in the morning versus the evening?
Does the northern lights shine in the North Pole?
Sometimes. However, the best places to see the Aurora Borealis (the "northern lights") is in Finland and northern Scandinavia. Northern Canada is good, too, but fewer people live that far north in Canada. The website spaceweather.com is one of the best sources for photos of and information about the northern lights.
Asked in Earth Sciences, Seasons
What causes the cyc le of the seasons on earth?
The Earth revolves around the Sun. You might think that this is caused because the Earth has an elliptic orbit but the distance to the Sun has nothing to do with the temperature on Earth. Otherwise how can it be winter on the Northern hemisphere and summer on the Southern at the same time? The angle of the Sunlight passing through our atmosphere is what really affects the temperature. Since the Earth rotates around it's axis, but this axis has an angle, the Sun will not always shine on Earth from the same angle. The Sun will "move" from the Northern hemisphere back to the Southern back to the Northern and so on. Causing the change in temperature and seasons.
Asked in Lyrics and Sheet Music, Gospel Music
What are the Gospel song lyrics to Let my light shine for Jesus?
Let my light shine in the night time Let it shine all day through, Let it shine - shine for Jesus, May it shine, shine on you. I was walking along in the darkness, I didn't know which way to go, Then the Lord, He turned the light on, Changed my life, saved my soul. So my light shine in the night time Let it shine all day through, Let it shine - shine for Jesus, May it shine, shine on you. Now I live for just one purpose, Let the Lord shine through me, 'Cause if His love can shine on others, Then His Spirit will set 'em free. Just let my light shine in the night time Let it shine all day through, Let it shine - shine for Jesus, May it shine, shine on you.