Jan 15, 2004
On Jan 15th I took these webcam shots from Geilo, Southern Norway (between Oslo and Bergen). You can see the sun travelling above the horizon and finally
setting. Considering that Geilo is not far from Storefjell, Gol and that official setting time for Storefjell for Jan 15th is 15.54 PM
- How is it that at about 16.30 (according webcam generated time stamps) the sun is still shining through the mountain tops? If you search on Skymap at Lat 60° 32'
N Long 8°11' in mid January, nowhere the sun sets so late. Am I wrong? I submit it to you for further research.