1 the rotation of the earth .
2 tilt and the earth that 24 hours.
3 going around it and 365 days.
4 tilt and revolution is how we have season.
5 there are opposite north and south 2 different season .
6 Antarctica and artic circle have no experience .
7 longing day in the summer and the winter longing night.
8 This is only true in the Northern Hemisphere, though. South of the Equator, the dates (and the seasons) are reversed: the summer solstice (still the longest day of the year) falls on December 21 or 22, and the winter solstice is on June 21 or 22.
9 These names are based on the seasons, and can be ambiguous since seasons of the northern hemisphere and southern hemisphere are opposites, and the vernal equinox of one hemisphere is the autumnal equinox of the other march 20, 22 September.
10 in the north pole it is 24 hours of sun light and the south is it lots of moon light .
11 the equator is 12 hours of day light and 12 hour moon light.
12 seasons will will be same .
13 the seasons will be more extreme .
14 tectonic plate and volcano that is what can move earth axis.
15 the seasons will be more extreme.
16 yes the sun light is more on us.
17 the plant the photosynthesize they need sun for that .
18 they will be less extreme .