Earth's Location With The Sun & Properties Of Atmospheric Layers

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Imagine that you are sharing information with someone who is not familiar with earth science, how would you describe the following to them? Choose images to assist in your explanation.

  • Where is Earth located in relation to the sun?
  • How are the seasons controlled by this relationship with the sun? How does this relationship change for different locations on the planet?
  • What are the properties of the atmospheric layers? How do these layers help to sustain life on the planet? How thick are each of these layer?
  • Can you provide two different map projections of how to find your location?

Write a 350- to 700-word response in which you answer the questions above.

Include at these 2 visuals that will help you answer these questions to the first prompts

Include and additional 2 map projections (of any kind) to find your location

Format your response, including the visuals, consistent with APA guidelines

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The sun is the core of the solar system which consists of the sun, eight planets, earth,
meteors, asteroids, and many other bodies (Na et al., 2016). These bodies twirl around the sun at
variable distances. The earth is the third planet from the heart of the solar system (sun). The
distance from the earth to the sun which is known as the astronomical unit is roughly
149,597,870km. The route the earth follows as it orbits the sun is elliptical; this means that the
distance between the sun and the moon changes throughout the. When the sun is far away from
the earth, it is called aphelion, while when the sun is nearest to the sun, it is called perihelion (Na
et al., 2016).

Figure 1: Earth’s location in relation to the sun
As the earth makes it one-year journey around the eart...

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