For my space-fantasy setting I'm considering using the concept of Hollow-Worlds.
I devised in-universe reasons for the presence of a day night and season cycle.
The Hollow-world's "Inner-sun" cycles on and off creating day for one hemisphere and night for the other and heat output cycles over months creating seasons
- I Like, but am not sure of the idea of the world having seasonal quadrants. That is one fourth of the world always experiencing one of the seasons, in a kind of literal wheel of the seasons.
To get an equator and arctic I decided that heat wasn't evenly resealed by the "Inner-sun", some areas received significantly more or less heat than others?
I have a few questions related to my premise
- How would the world being on the inside of a sphere effect the climate?
- If the hollow world had seasonal quadrants,that is each quarter of the world experiencing one of the seasons. How would this effect the weather.
- Does my idea of the "Inner Sun" unevenly releasing heat, give a working alternative mechanism for an earth like climate?
I ask this question because I want to understand the logical consequence of my premises and to patch holes in it.