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Midnight sun on the ice-trip camp
The Arctic polar day, more commonly called midnight sun, corresponds to a period of the year around the summer solstice during which the sun does not set. Limited to areas beyond the Polar Circle, the number of 24-hour daylight days increases with latitude from its minimum (one day) at the polar circle by 66°34' to its maximum (six months) at the pole by 90°.
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