Thought of the Day: Winter

Winter is the only season you experience twice a year.

The longest winter on Earth lasts for around six months in the interior of the continent of Antarctica. The winter in Antarctica starts in March and ends in September, during which the sun never rises and the temperatures remain extremely low. In the coastal regions of Antarctica, the winter is shorter, lasting around three to four months, with some light and occasional sunshine.

The interior of the continent of Antarctica experiences an extremely long and harsh winter, with continuous darkness and extremely low temperatures. During the winter months, temperatures in Antarctica can drop as low as -70°C (-94°F), and the wind can create blizzards that can make it even more inhospitable. Despite these extreme conditions, some scientific research stations are established in Antarctica, where scientists study various aspects of the frozen continent and its impact on the global climate.

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