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Arctic Sunlight

Snapshot: Arctic Sunlight

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Ella Derbyshire
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by Ella Derbyshire on Dec 09, 2007
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Kotzebue's location 33 miles above the Arctic Circle doesn't give us 6 months of winter darkness. That only happens at the North and South Poles. On November 30 in Kotzebue, the sun was above the horizon for just over 3 1/2 hours. This photograph was taken at 2:45 in the afternoon.


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