Does Jupiter not have seasons because it has no appreciable axis tilt?
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The axial tilt of Jupiter is relatively small: only 3.13Â°. As a result this planet does not experience significant seasonal changes, in contrast to Earth and Mars for examp…le.
jupiter has a axial tilt of 3.13 degrees
The Earth's axis is tilted 23.5 degrees relative to a line which is vertical to the Ecliptic (i.e. with respect to the flat plane of its orbit around the Sun). This tilt is …the reason there are different Seasons. As the Earth orbits the Sun, both the length of the day and the angle of sunlight changes significantly for points more than 23.5 degrees from the equator. When the Sun shines more vertically on the Northern hemisphere, they have summer, while it is winter in the Southern Hemisphere (on the other side of the Equator). During the Northern winter, the Sun is shining more vertically on the Southern hemisphere, so it is summer there. (see related question)
yes! Earth is also tilted on its axis therefore, mars does have seasons.
On the contrary, we have seasons precisely because the Earth's axis is tilted.
Jupiter's axial tilt is 3.13 degrees. Because the tilt is so small and Jupiter is so far from the Sun this makes no difference to the weather patterns.
The reason for the earth tilt is not fully understood, but it is generally believed it was caused by collisions with other planetary bodies during the earth's formation. It… does not tilt because of its axis. The axis is an invisible line running from north to south through the center of the earth. This axis is titled probably due to the mentioned collisions.
earths axis is responsible for seasons because if its tilted toward the sun then it would be summer in the northern hemisphere and winter in the southern now if it was tilted …away from the sun then it would be winter in the northern hemisphere and summer in the southern hemisphere
As the Earth travels in its yearly orbit around the sun, in some seasons the axial tilt will cause the northern hemisphere to be tilted toward the sun while the southern hemis…phere is tilted away from the sun, and in other seasons it is the opposite. Whichever hemisphere tilts toward the sun gets more sunlight and is therefore warmer.
None at all. Venus has a global "season" the year round irrelevant of "your" location.
Uranus has the most extreme seasons of any of the planets of our solar system, with an axial tilt of 97.77 degrees, causing its axis of rotation to be nearly parallel with the… sun.