Q. 2 B4.3( 33 Votes )

Tick the correct A. 21 March

B. 21 June

C. 22 December

Answer :

On 21st March and September 23rd, direct rays of the sun fall on the equator. At this position, neither of the poles is tilted towards the sun; so, the whole earth experiences equal days and equal nights. This is called an equinox.

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