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From the Tropic of Cancer (23.45 degrees north) to the Tropic of Capricorn (23.45 degrees south).

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Q: The direct rays of the sun migrate from what latitude to what latitude?
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What latitude receives the most direct rays of the sun?

The sun's rays are strongest at 0 degrees latitude.


What line of latitude receives the sun's direct rays during the equinoxes?

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What is the Latitude of the vertical direct rays of the sun?

All lattitudes from 22.5 degrees North to 22.5 degrees South of the equator receive vertical or direct rays twice every year as the tilted earth circles the sun.


What is the direct ray of the sun?

The direct rays of the sun are rays from the sun that hit a certain area.


What latitude receives the most direct rays of the sun year around?

There's no place where the angle of the sun's rays doesn't change. But the place thataverages the most direct rays for the longest time in the course of a year is the equator.That's zero latitude.That's probably why it's so warm there.


How does your noontime shadow change throughout the year?

The specifics change depending on the latitude in question, but the noontime shadow will become shorter as the sun's direct rays of incidence approach the latitude in question and longer as the sun's direct rays of incidence recede from that latitude. For example, if you live at 45 degrees North, your shortest shadow will be on the summer solstice, since the sun's direct rays of incidence are at 23.5 degrees North on that day and will be south of that position on all other days. Conversely, if you live at the equator, your shortest shadows will be on the vernal and autumnal equinoxes, since the sun is directly overhead on those days.


What is the nothernmost point of the earth to receive the sun's direct rays?

The sun's most direct rays strike the earth at a 90 degree angle. The most northern latitude at which this occurs (at summer solstice) is the tropic of cancer. The southernmost latitude to receive the sun's vertical light is known as the tropic of capricorn. Midway between these two latitudes is the equator. Can't see "the following"


What latitude receives the most direct rays of sun year around 90 n?

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What is is the latitude of the tangent Rays in the southern hemisphere?

The tangent ray refers to either the northernmost or southernmost hemisphere where the vertical rays refers to direct sun. During the June 21 solstice, the latitude rays in the southern hemisphere would be 66.5 deg S (Antarctic Circle)


What is the latitude of the tangent rays in the southern hemisphere?

The tangent ray refers to either the northernmost or southernmost hemisphere where the vertical rays refers to direct sun. During the June 21 solstice, the latitude rays in the southern hemisphere would be 66.5 deg S (Antarctic Circle)


Is it true that during summer the sun rays are less direct?

No. Summer is defined as the time of year when the sun's rays are more direct.


Which region always receives the suns most direct rays?

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