mørketid and local warning at 70*N

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Subject: mørketid and local warning at 70*N
From: Syd Curtis <>
Date: Tue, 04 Dec 2001 18:16:34 +1000
Always good to see "Wim Vader" in the "from" column.

Having visited Oz, you'd appreciate that it is difficult for us sun-drenched
sub-tropicals to visualise your winter skies, Wim.

When there are no clouds, for how much of the 24 hours are stars visible?

Take care on that ice!

Syd Curtis (Australia)

> From: "Wim Vader" <>
> Date: Sun, 02 Dec 2001 13:44:14 +0100
> To: 
> Subject: [BIRDING-AUS] mørketid and local warning at 70*N
> Today e.g., Dec. 2d, is a somewhat murky day, and
> when I write these lines  at my office this Sunday afternoon at 1 pm, it is
> already almost dark again.  Or rather, as dark as it gets: fortunately that
> usually is not really completely dark, as the snow on the ground reflects
> the sparse light in such a way, that it is often possible to make one's
> way, even along not-lighted paths.

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