Why the seasons are reversed in the southern hemisphere ?

Simply because of the tilt of the Earth.

Because of this inclination, the northern hemisphere, receives more energy from the Sun, While the southern hemisphere receives less.

This corresponds to the boreal summer (in the northern hemisphere) and the southern winter (in the southern hemisphere).

Six months later, It's the opposite because the southern hemisphere is better exposed to solar radiation.

In spring and autumn, the radiation received in the two hemispheres is identical. But the temperature is different, because a hemisphere coming out of winter and its soil and water have yet to be reheated, While the other hemisphere comes out of the summer and still enjoys its soil and water heat.

What's better than this video of “It's not rocket science” to explain it in detail …

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  1. Why Are Seasons Reversed in the Southern Hemisphere? – Truth Troubles

    […] When Earth’s axis is tilted such that the northern hemisphere leans towards the sun, those regions receive more solar energy, and thus, feel hotter. At the same time, the southern hemisphere receives very little solar energy, producing cold weather. Six months later, the opposite occurs—the other hemisphere tilts towards the sun, and the cycle continues. […]

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