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Row 1, Col 1 The length of time between sunrise and sunset. What is photoperiod?
1,2 This word means equal night. What is equinox?
1,3 This word means “sun stop”. What is solstice?
1,4 The spinning or turning of Earth on its axis. What is rotation?
2,1 The Earth makes one complete _________ every 24 hours. What is rotation?
2,2 The yearly 365 ¼ day trip that the Earth makes around the Sun. What is revolution?
2,3 Because of __________ we experience different seasons. What is revolution?
2,4 Also known as “daylength”. What is photoperiod?
3,1 The spring _______occurs on March 21 and the fall _______ On September 22 or 23. What is equinox?
3,2 December 22 is the winter __________. It is the shortest day of the year. What is solstice?
3,3 There are 12 hours of daylight and 12 hours of darkness. What is equinox?
3,4 June 21 is the summer ___________. It is the longest day of the year. What is solstice?
4,1 An imaginary straight Line running from the North Pole to the South Pole. What is axis of the Earth?
4,2 The Earth is said to rotate on its _________. What is axis?
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