The Sun appears at different positions in the sky at different times of the year. This is due to two things happening; the Earth’s orbit around the Sun and the tilt of the Earth’s axis in space. The circle the Sun follows during the day depends on the time of year. During summer solstice, the circle is larger that the Sun follows and it is in the sky for many more hours that during the winter months (Sun Trek, 2011).
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