Timelapse Captures Few Hours of Sunlight During Alaska's Winter Solstice

Sun shone for less than four hours in Fairbanks, Alaska, on December 21, the winter solstice and shortest day of the year, the state’s Bureau of Land Management said.

Timelapse video taken by E Stuart shows the winter solstice from the Alaskan city. The bureau said the sun rose at 10:58 am and set at 2:40 pm, for a total of just 3 hours and 42 minutes of daylight. Credit: E Stuart/Alaska Bureau of Land Management via Storyful

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