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Unformatted text preview: longer until-June 21, the Sumer Solstice , is the longest day of the year.-The Sun rises in the Northeast and sets in the Northwest.-The days begins to get shorter Seasons: Northern Hemisphere-On Sept 22, the days and nights are both 12 hours long.-Sept 22 is the Autumnal Equinox , the 1 st day of Fall-The Sun rises Due East & sets Due West-Dec 21, the winter solstice shortest day of the year.-The Sun rises in the Southeast and sets in the Southwest-The days begin to get longer 2 Planes in the Sky: Celestial Equator and Ecliptic Plane-Earths axis not perpendicular to the ecliptic...
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