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Originally posted by Phage
edit on 6/27/2011 by Phage because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Chadwickus
This has been mentioned before in another thread but if the sun isn't where it's supposed to be, a lot of people would have noticed.
Particularly those who visited Stonehenge during the Summer Solstice a week or so ago.
As we know it is several thousand year old and aligns with the Winter Solstice and the Summer Solstice.
If something was off, the alignment would be off at Stonehenge.
edit on 27/6/11 by Chadwickus because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by ItsEvolutionBaby
reply to post by Aloysius the Gaul
I went to that link, and came across this 24-hour photo montage.
What are the lights in the sky from frames 30ish - 40, and what are the bright lights?
Second Neumayer 24 Hour Movie
Macedonians greet the dawn on summer solstice 2011 at the ancient observatory of Kokino.
Kokino consists of two parts. It includes special stone markers used to track the movement of the Sun and Moon on the eastern horizon. The observatory used the method of stationary observation, marking positions of the Sun at the winter and summer solstice, as well as the equinox.
Originally posted by coldkidc
Ok here's a link for a sunset/sunrise schedule for Davis.
and here's the time-lapse webcam for the last 3 days in Davis
According to the schedule the sun is not supposed to be there but the webcam disagrees...
During civil twilight, the sky is still illuminated, and with clear weather it is brightest in the direction of the Sun. The Moon and the brightest stars and planets may be visible. It is usually bright enough for outdoor activities without additional lighting.