Those of elevated altitude and the poles.
A) About the same. B) Because the energy per unit area is greater near the equator than at the poles. i.e. the sun is overhead more in tropical areas (and never at the poles).
Temperatures are cooler because the Earth is further from the sun when it elongates.temperture is colder because the earth is farther from the sun
Answer:sunlight strikes the poles at an oblique angle. From the polar regions, the sun is low in the sky, so that the sunlight hits the earth at a low angle, as it does for us in the morning and evening. This low angle means that the sunlight is more spread out, and thus warms the surface less. The polar regions of earth are not cooler because they are farther away from the equator, and they are not cooler because they are farther from the sun. The poles are only about 3000 km farther from the sun than is the equator at noon. This is about 0.002% of the earth-sun distance -- hardly significant.
Convection currents create rain forests and deserts over different regions of Earth.
Tropical regions are cooler , polar regions are colder
Sunspots are regions of cooler gas; however, they are still extremely hot.
The answer is thermal energy
Heat always flows from warmer to cooler regions.
polar regions are in areas surrounded by poles or frigid zones, climate in these areas are cooler as they receive far less intensity from solar radiation, tropical regions are closer to the equator of the earth and therefore the climate in these areas are warmer
the second law of thermodynamics
The polar regions get the least amount of warming rays from the Sun.
No, sunspots are cooler than the photosphere.
The relatively cooler areas are called sunspots. They are regions of high magnetic flux and appear and disappear, most notably on an 11-Earth-year cycle.
The planet Uranus is cooler than Earth.
Sunspots are dark cooler regions appearing on the sun that has an eleven-year cycle. They are as a result of intense magnetic activity.
In general, clouds lead to cooler daytime temperature because they block the direct rays of sunlight from reaching the earth. A major exception to this is in snow and ice-covered regions.