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Alaskan town won’t see the sun again until January 2022

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UTQIAVIK, AK - APRIL 12: Polar bears pass a ridge of sea ice in the Arctic Ocean beyond Utqiavik, AK on April 12, 2019. (Photo by Bonnie Jo Mount/The Washington Post via Getty Images) UTQIAVIK, Alaska - The sun has set on America’s most northernest town, Utqiaġvik, Alaska, and it won’t rise again until January 2022.According to The National Weather Service, the sun officially set on Thursday, Nov.

18 at 1:37 p.m. and won’t appear in the sky again until January 22, 2022, a total of 65 days. Daylight will then increase further into late January, tallying four hours by the end of the month. "'Hello Darkness My Old Friend...' the service tweeted. "...and just like that, Utqiaġvik has entered polar night!"The polar night is a term when night.

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