We have seasons on our planet due to our planet’s angle. The Earth is tilted as it makes its yearlong journey around the sun, so sometimes our region of the world is leaning closer to the sun, and sometimes we are farther away. When we are closer to the sun, we have warm summer; and when we are tilted away, we have cold winter. The heat and light of the sun directly creates seasonal changes. Equatorial areas that are often exposed to the sun year-round experience far less seasonal variation.
The axis tilt of the planet which causes the sun to strike the earth at a different angle thereby changing the day length and the heating of a particular section of the planet.
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