A half sphere; one half of a sphere or globe, when divided by a plane passing through its center.
Half of the terrestrial globe, or a projection of the same in a map or picture.
half of a sphere; that portion of the Earth’s surface found between the equator and a pole
Half of a sphere or a globe, or any celestial body.
half of the earth. The earth is divided into four hemispheres: east, west, north, south.
a traditional unit of solid angle equal to 1/2 sphere, 2 pi steradians, or about 20 626.48 square degrees.
One half of a sphere or globe. The northern hemisphere on Earth is divided from the southern hemisphere by the equator.
Half of the brain, the right or left.
Greek hemi = half, sphaira = ball, hence, half of a sphere.
Any half of the earth's surface
either half of the cerebrum
a geometric term that literally means "half ball", and in geography the term is used when dividing the Earth into two halves
Hemisphere literally means "half a globe." To make it easier to talk about where places are on the Earth, people pretend there is an imaginary line that goes around the Earth. This imaginary line is called the equator; it is the line across the Earth in the drawing. "Northern hemisphere" means the half of the globe that is north of the equator. "Southern hemisphere" means the half of the globe that is south of the equator. Which hemisphere do you live in? Northern Hemisphere Southern Hemisphere
A term used to describe one half of a planet, typically divided into northern and southern halves by an equator. The UK can be found in the Earth's northern hemisphere, Australia in its southern hemisphere.
the world is divided into halves (north of the equator is the northern hemisphere; south of the equator is the southern hemisphere)
half of a sphere - e.g., half of the earth (the western hemisphere) or half of the brain (left brain, right brain).
hemi means half: sphere means orb or ball. A hemisphere is literally one-half of a sphere. For these purposes, one half of the Earth.
either of the two parts that together form the cerebrum
Half of the Earth, usually conceived as resulting from the division of the globe into two equal parts, north and south or east and west.
one half of the planet. Maps divide the Earth into 2 halves. The hemispheres are divided along the equator or the Prime Meridian. Divided at the equator makes a break into north/south. Divided at the Prime Meridian makes a break into east/west.
one half of a planet's surface.
Either the northern or southern half of the Earth as divided by the equator, or either the eastern or western half of the Earth as divided by the prime meridian.
Half of the earth's surface. There are four hemispheres: The northern hemisphere (north of the eqautor); the southern hemisphere (south of the equator); the eastern hemisphere (east of the prime meridian); the western hemisphere (west of the prime meridian).
One half of a sphere . (See Modeling the Earth-Sun System )
One of the two halves of the cerebrum or the cerebellum.
(4) Half of a sphere. See sphere.
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A half of the celestial sphere that is divided into two halves by either the horizon, the celestial equator, or the ecliptic.
Half a sphere (Lesson 11.2).
A half of a celestial sphere.
One half of a sphere. The term is usually applied to regions north or south of the equator.
Half of the cerebral cortex (the brain has a left and right hemisphere).