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Sunlight is more intense on Vexillium at the equator than at the poles, and thus the heat energy transmitted to the surface of the planet is greater at the equator. Consequently, it is hotter at the equator than at the poles, which is in evidence on Vexillium.

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current16:47, February 3, 2006Thumbnail for version as of 16:47, February 3, 2006170 × 170 (4 KB)Aragond (Talk | contribs)Sunlight is more intense on Vexillium at the equator than at the poles, and as a consequence the heat energy trasmitted to the surface of the planet is greater at the equator.

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