The northern hemisphere has longer days when it is summer in the northern hemisphere. The southern hemisphere has longer days when it is summer in the southern hemisphere.
The Earth rotates around the Sun on a tilted axis. Because of this, seasons and day length vary around the world at any given time. Around June, the Northern Hemisphere experiences summer and longer days (along with shorter nights) because of the Sun’s declination, or angle at which the Sun’s rays hit the Earth. As the Sun’s declination moves south around December, the Southern Hemisphere experiences summer and longer days, while the Northern Hemisphere has winter and shorter days.
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