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What does the word Olympic mean

What country first proposed the winter olympic games as separate from the traditional olympic games

How did the athletes prepare for the ancient olympic games

What other events were included in the ancient olympic games after the first ancient olympic games

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Q: How many times have the winter olympics been held in the southern hemisphere?
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How many times have the winter Olympics been in Australia?

Australia has never hosted the Winter Olympics. It's difficult to host the Winter Olympics in the Southern Hemisphere because it is summer when the games are traditionally played (February)


Why does the northern hemisphere and southern hemisphere have winter at different times?

Because of the axial tilt of the earth the northern and southern hemisphere have opposite seasons


Are the seasons the same in the north hemisphere as the south hemisphere?

Seasons in the northern hemisphere occur at opposite times to those in the southern hemisphere. For example, when it is winter in the southern hemisphere, it is summer in the northern hemisphere.


As of 2006 how many times have the Summer Olympics been held in the Southern Hemisphere?

2


Why does the southern hemisphere experience winter solstice and summer solstice in different times than that of the northern hemisphere?

because it does


Why do we see only one side of the moon at all times?

why when it is summer in the northern hemisphere it is winter in the southern hemisphere


Why does the southern hemisphere experience winter and summer solstice in different times than of the northern hemisphere?

As everyone knows the Earth tilts on it's axis at the angle of 66 and half degrees. On 21st December the Earth tilts on it's axis so that the sun would hit the southern hemisphere and then the southern hemisphere would have winter while the northern hemisphere would have winter. So when the sun's rays hit the northern hemisphere then the northern hemisphere would have summer while the southern hemisphere would have winter.


Why the tilt of the Earth on its axis causes?

Because the tilt means that the respective hemisphere is lit by the Sun more vertically at some times and these times will therefore be summer, and when the Earth tilts away from the Sun we have winter in that hemisphere. So summer in the northern hemisphere is winter in the southern.


How many times has the US hosted the Winter Olympics?

the USA has hosted the winter Olympics 8 times


Is it summer in the US when its winter in Australia?

That is correct. Since the US is in the northern hemisphere of the Earth, and Australia is in the southern hemisphere, they experience seasons at opposite times of the year.


Why the tilt of the earth on its axis cause summer?

Because the tilt means that the respective hemisphere is lit by the Sun more vertically at some times and these times will therefore be summer, and when the Earth tilts away from the Sun we have winter in that hemisphere. So summer in the northern hemisphere is winter in the southern.


Why does the nothern and southern hemispheres have different seasons at the same time?

Because the Earth tilts at 23.5°, meaning that sometimes the northern hemisphere is leaning towards the sun, giving it summer, while the southern hemisphere is leaning away from it, giving it winter. At other times the southern hemisphere is leaning towards the sun, giving it summer, while the northern hemisphere is leaning away from it, giving it winter.

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