Why is there less daylight in the fall?



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    Due to the Earth’s revolutions around the sun, in the fall the autumnal equinox occurs, where dark and light are exactly even. Past this point, the days grow shorter until the winter solstice. This is why most places have daylight savings time, rolling the clock back an hour, to get more daylight in during business hours.

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