on June 10, 2016
Monday, October 17th @ 14:33 pm by Nillie
Where I live (a degree north of the Arctic Circle), the sun doesn't even SET for about three weeks in the summer. The other side of the token is that the sun doesn't rise for a similar period of time in the winter. (If it's not night until the sun is 18° below the horizon, does the sun have to rise for it to be considered day?)
Saturday, July 9th @ 21:51 pm by weesh
when I lived in fairbanks alaska, it was hilarious that 7 year olds thought "but it's not dark yet" would work in city where it wasn't going to get dark.
for reference: this pictures shows how dark it gets at the solar midnight near the solstice:
Sunday, June 12th @ 00:36 am by Ross
In Winter I get up at night / And dress by yellow candle light. / In Summer, quite the other way / I have to go to bed by day.
Friday, June 10th @ 11:30 am by Burning Daylight (at night) - ***Dave Does the Blog | ***Dave Does the Blog
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