Yes, when it is winter at the North Pole, it is summer at the South Pole. This is due to the fact that the Earth. as it travels around the Sun maintains a tilt, which causes different parts of the world to be closer to the sun at different times of the year. Below you can find more information about Earth’s axial tilt, and its effect on the seasons.
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