axial inclination

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ax·i·al in·clin·a·tion

(aksē-ăl inkli-nāshŭn)
Angle formed by long axis of tooth with plane of the bone from which it arises.
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But in those situations one expects that the moon will be in the "Cassini state," which means that the axial tilt will have a certain value.
The scientists think that when Mars' axial tilt increases, the carbon dioxide turns into a gas, thickening the atmosphere.
Any change in mass will have an effect on the earth's axial tilt and will affect its rotation.
When the Winter Solstice begins, that is when the earth's axial tilts, putting the earth at its furthest position from the sun.