Why does the sun work its way from north to south?



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    The sun rises at different points in the sky throughout the year because of the tilt of the Earth. As the Earth goes around its orbit, the sun appears to cross the horizon at varying points, moving from the farthest north on the summer solstice (late June) to the farthest south on the winter solstice (late December).

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