So many here at ATS seem to think the sun isn't where it's meant to be, this may upset a few here but they're all wrong and I can prove it from
several different angles.
Firstly, any major change to the suns angle here on earth would greatly influence the weather, the tilt of the earth creates the seasons, right now
it's summer in the northern hemisphere and winter in the southern hemisphere...
Sorry for the brief high school lesson but any change in where the sun is would change the seasons all over the globe.
Secondly, there is a type of photography that is called solargraphy, it captures the suns movement through the sky each day, here's an example
This has gained popularity since 2000.
This site solargraphy.com
has been documenting solargraphs from all over the world since 2002.
Hundreds of people all over the world have been doing this for over 10 years now, no change in the sun has been documented, any shift
clearly visible in these solargraphs.
Thirdly, there are several structures all over the globe that were built for a specific reason, the most famous is Stonehenge, built over 4000 years
ago, this structure aligns with the setting sun of the summer solstice, why hasn't anyone who has visited this place during a solstice reported that
there was no alignment?
Stonehenge isn't the only place to have a predictable alignment, another popular one is
Twice yearly the setting sun will align with the east-west streets of Manhattan.
Here's an image showing Manhattanhenge since 2006.
All looks well to me.
There are other reasons but I think these three cover it well enough for now.
So I'm sorry to say but hard facts, which by the way are easily verified trump gut feelings and memories.