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    Sun Doesn't Set for Five Days at the South Pole

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    Watch a time-lapse video of the sun that stayed up for more than 120 consecutive hours!

    What does the sun do at the Pole !? from Robert Schwarz on Vimeo.

    Polar explorers in Antarctica captured a fantastic phenomenon between March 8-13: the sun stayed up for five days. It circled around the horizon, until it finally set on March 22.

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