The seasons would be exactly the same, except each would last longer. Instead of each season (spring, summer, autumn and winter) lasting approximately 90 days, the seasons would last approximately 125 days. The seasons are caused by the tilt of the earth on its axis through the north and south poles (23.45 degrees). A change in the angular velocity of the earth about the sun would only effect the duration of the seasons.
well we will have a 182.5 days of daylight and the same of days as night. well its too long a day and too long a night to imagine. Thakur Suraj Singh
This depends on what rotation you are asking about. Keep in mind, the earth "rotates" on its axis every 24 hours. The earth "revolves" around the sun every 365.4 days.
If the Earth's axis were not tilted at least a little, there would be no seasons; the climate would be pretty constant year around, and the weather would be entirely dependent on the latitude.
If the Earth rotated once in 365.24 days, then the same face of the Earth would always point to the Sun, and would have constant day; the other side of the Earth would have perennial night. Over the long term, this would cause most of the Earth's atmosphere to condense and freeze on the night side of the planet.
The Earth would not have seasons as we know them if the Earth's axis had no tilt.
Even though the Earth's orbit is slightly elliptical that would not really produce seasons. Though the Earth would still be slightly closer (a few percent) to the Sun at some time of the year than at other times, that change in distance to the Sun would produce a very slight annual change in weather.
Hardly any. The seasons are basically caused by the tilt of Earth's axis. Without this axial tilt, you would have SOME variations in temperature due to the fact that Earth is sometimes closer to the Sun, sometimes farther; or to variations in the Sun's energy output. But the effects of all this tend to be less than that of the tilting of the Earth's axis.
This reads like a homework problem. . .=) There wouldn't be any seasons. They occur because of the tilt of the earth. But i don't want to do your homework for you--consider this a hint.
If there was no tilt there would be no seasons. You would have the same "season" in a given location year round
The seasons would barely change at all if the Earth weren't tilted on its axis
summer Summer in the northern hemisphere, and winter in the southern.
It is the shortest day for places located in the Northern Hemisphere only. Depending on the year, winter solstice falls around 22 december. The northern hemisphere will experience the shortest day while the southern hemisphere will experience the longest day.The reason behind this is season which is caused by the 23.5 degrees tilt from the Earth's axis and the revolution of the Earth which causes the hemispheres to experience different amount of day-time depending on the time of the year.
That happens when at the March equinox - usually the 20th or 21st of March. This is the beginning of spring in the northern hemisphere, or the beginning of autumn (fall) in the southern hemisphere.
because the require a cold period (near freezing) to "break" the seed's dormancy. the process of putting the seed (or sometimes bulbs) in a fridge mirrors the over-wintering conditions that normally occur during winter. this is used to sometimes fool plants into believing that they should start to initiate germination (or sprouting), and is a mechanism used to produce these plants out of season. the process is also used in the seed production industry, where seed for the northern hemispheres summer season may be grown in the southern hemisphere, they then chill the seed to "fool" it into believing it is the new growing season before shipping it to the northern hemisphere.
Summer. It's caused by the Earth being at an angle to the sun (nothing to do with closeness to the sun).
Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter.
The Summer in the Northern hemisphere or the Winter in the Southern Hemispheres.
If it is winter in Australia, it is summer in the US. The Northern and Southern Hemispheres have opposite seasons.
It is in spring!
Firstly,there's only one northern hemisphere. Secondly, it depends what month you're in right now. Lastly,all 4 seasons happen in both the northern and southern hemispheres. -Monicalovesu
Seasons are based on the distance to the sun, so the southern and northern hemispheres are the same distance from the sun, hence the same season.
Because of the earths tilted axis, it is always opposite, so if its its summer in the Southern Hemisphere its is winter in the northern hemisphere, and visa versa. also if its fall in the Southern Hemisphere, is is spring in the northern hemisphere, also visa versa
During the southern hemisphere's winter, it would be winter in that town. At the same time, it is summer in the northern hemisphere. If you mean what season does a town in the southern hemisphere experience when it is winter in the northern hemisphere, then the answer is summer, as the two hemispheres have opposing seasons.
The seasons differ by six months between the northern and southern hemispheres. The spring season is from about March 21st until June 21st in the northern hemisphere and from September 21st until December 21st in the southern hemisphere.
Spring is not a month, it is a SEASON. The season of spring starts on the day of an Equinox and continues to the flowing Solstice, a period of about 3 calendar months. Obviously the equinox start point depends on which of the Northern or Southern hemispheres you are asking about. In the northern hemisphere spring starts on or about the 20th March, in the Southern Hemisphere Spring starts on or about September 22.
Each season is opposite in the southern hemisphere.North: Spring South: FallNorth: Summer South: Winteretc. etc.
The seasons are reversed between the Northern and Southern Hemispheres. Scientists who leave the Northern Hemisphere -- in the fall, for example, arrive in the Southern Hemisphere, which is experiencing exactly the opposite season -- spring.