Why is it summer in the Northern Hemisphere when it is winter in the Southern Hemisphere?

Why is it summer in the Northern Hemisphere when it is winter in the Southern Hemisphere? The Northern Hemisphere is tilted toward the Sun and receives more direct sunlight. The Northern Hemisphere is closer to the Sun than the Southern Hemisphere. The Northern Hemisphere is tilted away from the... show more Why is it summer in the Northern Hemisphere when it is winter in the Southern Hemisphere?

The Northern Hemisphere is tilted toward the Sun and receives more direct sunlight.

The Northern Hemisphere is closer to the Sun than the Southern Hemisphere.

The Northern Hemisphere is tilted away from the Sun and receives more indirect sunlight.

The Northern Hemisphere is "on top" of Earth and therefore receives more sunlight.

It isn't: both hemispheres have the same seasons at the same time.