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During solstice, around June 21 each year, people in the northern hemisphere can expect A. a long day of sunlight. B. only 1 hour of sunlight. C. only 5 hours of sunlight. D. no sunlight.
During solstice, around June 21 each year, people in the northern hemisphere can expect A. [ a long day of sunlight. When the axis tilts towards the sun, as it does between June and September, it is summer in the northern hemisphere but winter in the southern hemisphere. Alternatively, when the axis points away from the sun from December to March, the southern hemisphere enjoys the direct rays
of the sun during their summer months. ]
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