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How does Earth have seasons?

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    Because of the Earth's tilt

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    What causes day and night?

    What's the difference between a solar eclipse and a lunar eclipse?

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    A Solar Eclipse is when the Moon's shadow crosses the Earth's surface.

    A Lunar Eclipse is when the Earth lies between the Sun and Moon

    What causes day and night is when our side where we live is facing the sun its daytime. When the Earth keeps spinning and we go on the other side its nighttime

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    Are sunspots cooler or hotter spots in our sun?

    I think it's cooler

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    Yeah it's cooler cause
    less gas is transferring heat from the core of the sun to the photosphere.

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