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Seasonal changes occur because of A. Earth’s tilt. B. Earth’s shape. C. the distance between Earth and the moon. D. the time of year.
Seasonal changes occur because of: Earth’s tilt.
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During a total lunar eclipse, the moon moves into Earth’s umbra.
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