Do people in the south pole stand on their heads?
no.... there are no people "in" the South Pole.
Who lives closer to the South Pole people living in Southern Africa or people living in Southern South America?
When the north pole is tilted towards the sun and the south pole away from the sun what do the people do in south pole?
At the Ceremonial South Pole, there is one national flag for each country that is a signatory to the Antarctic Treaty. The Ceremonial South Pole is a short distance from the Geographic or Terrestrial South Pole. At present there are 46 signatories to the Treaty, 28 Consultative (voting) and 18 acceding (non-voting).
If you stand at the South Pole, you see the sun set in the North. If you stand at the North Pole, you see the sun set in the South. If you stand anywhere else on Earth, you see the sun set in the West. To see the sun set in the East, you have to be off-planet, or travel very quickly from East to West. West
The elevation of Polaris (the North Star) above the Northern horizon is almost equal to the North latitude of the place where you are when you see it. That means that when you stand on the Equator, the North Star is exactly ON the Northern horizon, and if you stand anywhere South of the Equator, the North Star is always BELOW the horizon. But . . . Everybody in the Southern hemisphere CAN see the…
Who are closer to the south pole people living in southern Africa or people living in southern Spain?
At the north pole. ========================== The north celestial pole is at your local zenith when you stand at the earth's north pole, and the south celestial pole is at your local zenith when you stand at the earth's south pole. If you're standing exactly on the north Pole, then during the six months when the sun never rises, Polaris ... the "Pole" star or "North" star ... makes a tiny circle directly over your head…
Technically speaking, if you were to stand at the North Pole there would be only the direction considered south. Compasses work off of magnetic pole, we refer to this as the "North Pole." A compass always shows the direction of North, so imagine standing at the North Pole and trying to go east, it wouldn't work too well because as you go east the compass reading would change.