Bill Nye the Science Guy explains why we experience seasons in his classic, goofy way. Bill Nye shows how axis tilts change the earth’s temperatures.
The length of daylight an area gets can also change with the seasons. At the summer solstice, the daytime is the longest it will be all year. At the winter solstice, the day is the shortest it is all year. There are also two equinoxes—one in the spring and one in the fall. At these times, the day and the night are about the same length.
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