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  Conclusion: On June 21 in the northern hemisphere it is the summer solstice. During this time it has more daylight hours than in the southern hemisphere, which is the winter solstice. This is because thenorthern hemisphere is facing the sun on this date, so it gets more sun than the southern hemisphere. On December 21, it is the winter solstice in the northern hemisphere, and the summer solstice in the southern hemisphere. On this date the southern hemisphere gets more daylight than the northern hemisphere because the southern hemisphere is facing the sun so it gets more light than the northern hemisphere, which is not facing it. During March and September 21, the hours of daylight are even. Every latitude has 12 hours of sunlight, because both sides of the earth get the same amount of sunlight, so they are even. I proved my hypothesis right, and what I would do to make my hypothesis more precise is try out the lab on different areas of the earth away, on, and to the equator during the summer winter and equinoxes so I have a more data to prove my hypothesis.  Michelle Nazar11/17/13Lab#10Mr. DipasqualePeriod 8 The Path Of The Sun  Vocabulary: Arc: Path of celestial objectAzimuth: Distance around a circleAscension: Angle above HorizonZenith: Point Directly overheadHorizon: A line or circle that forms the apparent boundary between earth and the skyApparent Motion: A motion that an object appears to make  Actual Motion: A motion an object is actually making
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