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.
In summer generally, there are 24 hours of daylight; in winter there are generally zero hours of daylight.
There are more hours of daylight in a day during summer than there are in winter.
same as summer and winter!
it varies but we get about 8 hours daylight in winter extending to about 16 hours in summer
in the summer longer days in winter the days grow shorter
We more sun in summer, and more dark in winter.
Yes, complete daylight in the summer to complete darkness in the winter.
On a solstice, there are the exact same amount of daylight hours and night hours. However on an equinox, there are either more daylight hours or night hours depending what equinox it is (summer or winter).
The Winter Solstice has 8 hours of daylight.
On the Antarctic continent, depending on where you are, you will have at least one 24-hour period of no daylight in winter and at least one 24-hour period of no sunset in summer.
¿Porque no me la pelas vien rapido way?
b/c the earth axis is tilted.
In the winter, the time difference is 2 hours. In the summer, it is 3 hours. Hawai'i does not change for Daylight Savings Time, hence the discrepency.
Antarctica receives zero hours of daylight in the winter.
The Daylight hours in the summer are longer than in the Winter. The Summer Solstice of the Northern Hemisphere is the longest day of the year for the Northern Hemisphere (the half of the globe that contains the United States and Europe). The Winter Solstice of the Northern Hemisphere is the shortest day of the year for the Northern Hemisphere.
Yes - at the summer and winter equinox
In the summer you have more hours in daylight.
During and around the winter solstice, Washington DC sees approximately 9.5 hours of sunlight every day. During and around the summer solstice, the city enjoys around 16 hours of daylight every day.
depends on the time of year, the answer is anywhere from 24 hours of sunshine in summer to 0 hours of sunshine in winter
about 12 hours a day more in summer, less in winter
There are two solstice's every year one in winter and one in summer. The hemisphere tilted away from the sun will be having its winter solstice and will have its shortest daylight hours meanwhile on the other hemisphere people will be having their summer solstice and have long daylight hours. peanuts
The same reason we have seasons. It is this same rotation that causes daylight to occur for shorter periods of time during the winter (longer daylight hours during summer months) the further from the equator you travel.
That depends on your location and the date. On average, you get 12 hours of daylight; more in the summer, but less in the winter.