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Sunday morning coming down

Updated: Mar 13, 2023

The amount of sunlight received on the equator is relatively constant throughout the year. This is because the equator is positioned perpendicular to the sun's rays, resulting in nearly equal amounts of sunlight all year round.


However, the amount of sunlight received on the equator is affected by factors such as the Earth's axial tilt, the position of the Earth in its orbit, and atmospheric conditions.

For example, during the equinoxes in March and September, the Earth's axial tilt is such that the equator is directly in line with the sun, resulting in 12 hours of daylight and 12 hours of darkness. In contrast, during the solstices in June and December, the Earth's axial tilt causes the poles to receive more sunlight, while the equator receives relatively less sunlight.


Furthermore, atmospheric conditions such as cloud cover can also affect the amount of sunlight received on the equator. Clouds can reflect sunlight back into space, reducing the amount of sunlight that reaches the surface.


Overall, while the amount of sunlight received on the equator is relatively constant throughout the year, it is still subject to various factors that can affect the amount of sunlight that reaches the surface.



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