because they are so opposite, one is cold the other is hot. They are not six months apart. If that were true, they would each be one moment long. They are no farther apart than three months.
Asked in Seasons
Why are summer and winter 6 months apart?
You are incorrect. Summer and winter are six months apart. Winter and Spring are 3 months apart. I found this in my science textbook. If you would like to question this,read the textbook yourself. You are incorrect. Summer and winter are six months apart. Winter and Spring are 3 months apart. I found this in my science textbook. If you would like to question this,read the textbook yourself. ...
Asked in Earth Sciences, Antarctica, South Pole
How many hours of daylight in antarctica in the winter?
Antartica has two seasons , summer and winter. in the summer it has six months of daylight but in the winter it has six months darkness, therefore in the winter antartica has no daylight hours ,but 24 hours of darkness. ...
Asked in Seasons, Persephone (Proserpina)
What seasons does the six months represent from the story of Persephone?
The six months she is in the Underworld are Autumn and Winter. When she is reunited with Demeter (her mother) it is Spring and Summer. ...
Asked in Seasons
What is the difference between winter solstice and summer solstice?
About six months. The winter solstice is lowest the sun gets above the horizon and the summer is the highest. ...
Asked in Bees and Beekeeping
How long do worker bees of different races live on average?
Six weeks in summer and six months in winter.
Asked in Continents and Regions, North Pole, South Pole
Why do the polar regions have six months of day and six months of night?
The polar regions have six months of day and six months of night because at the North Pole during the six summer months , the sun never completely sets ; and during the six winter months , it never rises over the horizon. ...
Asked in Antarctica
Why does the Antarctic have six months of summer and six months of winter?
Your query contains several assumptions that are incorrect. Summer and winter in Antarctica are seasons that last the same number of days as do these seasons everywhere in the Southern Hemisphere. 'Six months' may be the period of no sunrise/ sunset, which is true for the South Pole. Otherwise, this period is at least one 24-hour period at the Antarctic Circle. ...
Asked in Persephone (Proserpina)
Where does Persephone spend the other 3 months of the year?
She only spends six months in the underworld with hades. This is winter and fall. The other six months are spent with her mother Demeter in the real world. This is spring and summer. ...
Asked in Earth Sciences
Why do poles experience about six months day and six months night?
Because the earth tilts, so in summer one pole can turn towards the sun and in winter turn away drøm the sun. ...
Asked in Hemispheres, Northern Hemisphere, Seasons
What season is it in northern hemisphere?
Depnding on when you read this, it could be Summer, Fall, Winter, or Spring in the northern hemisphere. But whenever, it's the season that the southern hemisphere had six months ago, and will have again in six months hence. ...
Asked in North Pole
What happens to daylight at the North Pole when it's tilted away from the sun?
SIX months of night-time over winter, then six months of daylight when summer comes round. you read right, 6 straight months of day-time, then 6 straight months of night-time each year ...
Asked in Meteorology and Weather
When is winter in the summer?
When it is summer in the northern hemisphere it is winter in the southern hemisphere. So the south's winter is in the north's summer. Similarly, six months later, when it is summer in the southern hemisphere it will be winter in the northern hemisphere. So this time, the north's winter will be at the same time as the south's summer. People who live in different hemispheres can say: Our winter is in their summer. Or Their winter is in our summer. So winter can...
Asked in Astronomy, Northern Hemisphere, Seasons
In the northern hemisphere the winter solstice occurs during?
The winter solstice occurs late on the 20th of December. Incidentally, the solstice happens at the same moment for the entire planet, twice a year. It is the winter solstice for the hemisphere about to enjoy winter, and the summer solstice for the hemisphere about to enjoy summer. Six months later, the hemispheres get the 'other' variety of solstice. ...
Asked in Antarctica
How much daylight is there during the summer months compared to the winter months in Antarctica?
Generally, the sun doesn't set during the summer period and generally, the sun doesn't rise during the winter period. The precise period as to the number of days, weeks or months of these phenomenon depends on where you are on the continent between the Antarctic Circle -- one 24-hour period, and the South Pole - six month period. ...