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2016-01-05T22:09:27+08:00
On earth, the equator receives more sunshine than do the poles. This is due to simple geometry of the earth's curvature, a given amount of sunshine in a beam falling on the equator, which points directly at the sun, has a much more intense effect than the glancing rays spread over a much larger area of the curving surface near the poles.

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2016-01-05T22:09:46+08:00
Because the sun rays directly hit to the equator ang make the temperature high

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