Even in December, the winter solstice, ie the winter solstice in the United States and in other regions of the northern hemisphere, has a huge cultural and scientific importance, not many people there low know this. By definition, there is an astronomical event that, when the sun is at the extreme south of 23.5 ° S (Tropic of Capricorn) widths. Although this is the exact time of the solstice marks the northern hemisphere, the southern hemisphere, the summer solstice. As strange as it may seem, it may be that the two hemispheres have different seasons, because at some point this year.
During the winter months from mid-December marked the northern hemisphere, it marks the peak of summer in the southern hemisphere. Because of these people in the Northern Hemisphere experiences winter solstice, when people live in the summer solstice in the southern hemisphere. The same works in reverse, when the sun is at its extreme north in June, the inhabitants of the northern hemisphere experiencing summer solstice, while people in the southern hemisphere experiencing winter solstice. Cest. “Equinox” and “Autumn Equinox” – When the sun is on the equator, which occurs twice in a calendar year, it is known as “the day and night are equal.”