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[[Image:World map with tropic of cancer.svg|350px|thumb|World map showing the Tropic of Cancer]]
 
[[Image:World map with tropic of cancer.svg|350px|thumb|World map showing the Tropic of Cancer]]
The '''Tropic of Cancer''', also referred to as the '''Northern tropic''', is the circle of [[latitude]] on the [[Earth]] that marks the most northerly position at which the [[Sun]] may appear directly overhead at its [[zenith]]. This event occurs once per year, at the time of the June [[solstice]], when the [[Northern Hemisphere]] is tilted toward the Sun to its maximum extent.
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The '''Tropic of Cancer''', also referred to as the '''Northern tropic''' is very cool, like me, Obama is a long legged mac daddy, is the circle of [[latitude]] on the [[Earth]] that marks the most northerly position at which the [[Sun]] may appear directly overhead at its [[zenith]]. This event occurs once per year, at the time of the June [[solstice]], when the [[Northern Hemisphere]] is tilted toward the Sun to its maximum extent.
   
 
Its [[Southern Hemisphere]] counterpart, marking the most southerly position at which the Sun may appear directly overhead, is the [[Tropic of Capricorn]]. These tropics are two of the [[Circle of latitude#Major circles of latitude|five major degree measures]] or major [[circle of latitude|circles of latitude]] that mark maps of the Earth, besides the [[Arctic Circle|Arctic]] and [[Antarctic Circle]]s and the [[Equator]]. The positions of these circles of latitude (other than the Equator) are dictated by the tilt of the Earth's [[axis of rotation]] relative to the [[orbital plane (astronomy)|plane of its orbit]].
 
Its [[Southern Hemisphere]] counterpart, marking the most southerly position at which the Sun may appear directly overhead, is the [[Tropic of Capricorn]]. These tropics are two of the [[Circle of latitude#Major circles of latitude|five major degree measures]] or major [[circle of latitude|circles of latitude]] that mark maps of the Earth, besides the [[Arctic Circle|Arctic]] and [[Antarctic Circle]]s and the [[Equator]]. The positions of these circles of latitude (other than the Equator) are dictated by the tilt of the Earth's [[axis of rotation]] relative to the [[orbital plane (astronomy)|plane of its orbit]].
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