What causes seasons?

Why we have seasons.

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Why we have seasons.
by Lucas Yoder - Tuesday, 23 October 2012, 11:44 AM

- The Earth is tilted at different angles yearly.

- The Earth travels in an elliptical path, so it is closer the the sun at times.

- The atmosphere is being killed by air pollution, so the clouds could change causing

it to be cool or warm.

- The tilt of the Earth makes us closer and farther from the sun and during June we

are closer and during January we are farther.