Daniel asked 10 months ago · 7 answers

Do australians see the moon upside down?

What Kate said. There's nothing intrinsic about the moon that makes one orientation "right side up" or "upside down."

They don't see the moon at all, a giant snake blots out the sky there (probably)

Since the Moon lacks magnetic poles anyway it is only a matter of perspective which pole you define as north and south. There is no right or wrong, just a matter of agreement about names.

That would imply I would also see it upside down. But I think that's halfway true

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