Today, the Earth is Farthest From The Sun. Why So Hot?

Mindy Sparks
July 9, 2018

The sun and the Earth are now at a distance of three million miles from each other.

About it reports "governmental courier".

After all, we are just a few billion organisms on a small planet with a fragile ecosystem that depends nearly entirely on the sun.

"'Seasonal weather patterns are shaped primarily by the 23.5 degree tilt of our planet's spin axis, not by the mild eccentricity of Earth's orbit", Nasa astronomy professor George Lebo said.

For those who are not familiar with it, Earth does not have a perfectly circular orbit around the Sun. This is the marking point of the orbit of a celestial body moving around the Sun.

While people are starting to feel increasingly warm by the day as the northern hemisphere moves into mid-summer.

A complete revolution around the Sun is completed in 365 days 6 hours 9 minutes and 10 seconds.

Check It Out: Today, the Earth is Farthest From The Sun.

At periphelion, Earth is about 147.1 million kilometers from the Sun, which is the closest point to the Sun.

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