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Thule AB sees first light since November

THULE AIR BASE, Greenland – The sun visited Thule on Feb. 11, 2016 for a total of 60-seconds before setting again. Because of its northern location, Thule experiences constant darkness from November until February and constant sunlight from May to August. Average winter temperatures range from 13 to 20 degrees below zero. (courtesy photo)

THULE AIR BASE, Greenland – The sun visited Thule on Feb. 11, 2016 for a total of 60-seconds before setting again. Because of its northern location, Thule experiences constant darkness from November until February and constant sunlight from May to August. Average winter temperatures range from 13 to 20 degrees below zero. (courtesy photo)

THULE AIR BASE, Greenland – The sun visited Thule on Feb. 11, 2016 for the first time in nearly six-months. Because of its northern location, Thule experiences constant darkness from November until February and constant sunlight from May to August. Average winter temperatures range from 13 to 20 degrees below zero. (courtesy photo)

THULE AIR BASE, Greenland – The sun visited Thule on Feb. 11, 2016 for the first time in nearly six-months. Because of its northern location, Thule experiences constant darkness from November until February and constant sunlight from May to August. Average winter temperatures range from 13 to 20 degrees below zero. (courtesy photo)

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