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Today for Winter Solstice, Ushuaia Argentina has 17 hours and 20 minutes of daylight. See it on Live cam

 
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Today for Winter Solstice, Ushuaia Argentina has 17 hours and 20 minutes of daylight. See it on Live cam
The Sun rises at 4:51 am and sets at 10:11 pm


It never gets totally dark, just twilight for about 6 hours.

Scroll down link for sunrise, sunset times.
[link to www.accuweather.com (secure)]


Planet earth is amazing.



Live cam of Ushuaia Harbor
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Re: Today for Winter Solstice, Ushuaia Argentina has 17 hours and 20 minutes of daylight. See it on Live cam
Lucky bastards

Not here

Bout 9 hours
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Re: Today for Winter Solstice, Ushuaia Argentina has 17 hours and 20 minutes of daylight. See it on Live cam
= more light in 'winter'?

Good for you lot!

I was really feeling bad for you with all that cold and snow....had to be some kind of benefit...somewhere...

My sun and heat loving body couldn't see that...although I was shown a very healthy 'warm underground' scene, many years ago.....didn't make sense to me.

Dickheads here thought one winter in 'tasphazia' was enough of a 'taste'.
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Re: Today for Winter Solstice, Ushuaia Argentina has 17 hours and 20 minutes of daylight. See it on Live cam
Lucky bastards

Not here

Bout 9 hours
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17752237


Yea, but it's cold as a witch's tit at summer solstice.

Even now, they average about 53 for high of the day.

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Re: Today for Winter Solstice, Ushuaia Argentina has 17 hours and 20 minutes of daylight. See it on Live cam
Lucky bastards

Not here

Bout 9 hours
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17752237


Yea, but it's cold as a witch's tit at summer solstice.
 Quoting: Remedial_Rebel


Actually getting a warmer weekend

But it’s still dark at damn 17:00
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Re: Today for Winter Solstice, Ushuaia Argentina has 17 hours and 20 minutes of daylight. See it on Live cam
Lucky bastards

Not here

Bout 9 hours
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17752237


Yea, but it's cold as a witch's tit at summer solstice.
 Quoting: Remedial_Rebel


Actually getting a warmer weekend

But it’s still dark at damn 17:00
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17752237


Check out this live cam, day light at Ushuaia Harbor.

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Re: Today for Winter Solstice, Ushuaia Argentina has 17 hours and 20 minutes of daylight. See it on Live cam
Um but that is Summer Solstice on the bottom of the earth not winter.

Here north of the equator we will have our shortest day and the Pagans celebrated on the 22nd to the 23rd of December, the beginning of the days getting longer. So Merry Christmas and thank god the days will be getting longer from here on til June 21st.
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i love the cold and dark days

summer sucks
Grove

And this is why we can't have nice things.
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Re: Today for Winter Solstice, Ushuaia Argentina has 17 hours and 20 minutes of daylight. See it on Live cam
Um but that is Summer Solstice on the bottom of the earth not winter.

Here north of the equator we will have our shortest day and the Pagans celebrated on the 22nd to the 23rd of December, the beginning of the days getting longer. So Merry Christmas and thank god the days will be getting longer from here on til June 21st.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 73112757


^^THIS^^

Thanks for the basic info.

I'm always amazed how many people don't understand that the equator separates the seasons of the earth. Winter in the northern hemisphere is summer in the southern hemisphere.
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Re: Today for Winter Solstice, Ushuaia Argentina has 17 hours and 20 minutes of daylight. See it on Live cam
Um but that is Summer Solstice on the bottom of the earth not winter.

Here north of the equator we will have our shortest day and the Pagans celebrated on the 22nd to the 23rd of December, the beginning of the days getting longer. So Merry Christmas and thank god the days will be getting longer from here on til June 21st.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 73112757


^^THIS^^

Thanks for the basic info.

I'm always amazed how many people don't understand that the equator separates the seasons of the earth. Winter in the northern hemisphere is summer in the southern hemisphere.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78270494


sherlock


That was the point of this thread.

While people in the north are having the least amount of daylight, Ushuaia has 17+ hours or the most.

What amazes me how people like to get caught up in games of semantics.

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Re: Today for Winter Solstice, Ushuaia Argentina has 17 hours and 20 minutes of daylight. See it on Live cam
Um but that is Summer Solstice on the bottom of the earth not winter.

Here north of the equator we will have our shortest day and the Pagans celebrated on the 22nd to the 23rd of December, the beginning of the days getting longer. So Merry Christmas and thank god the days will be getting longer from here on til June 21st.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 73112757


^^THIS^^

Thanks for the basic info.

I'm always amazed how many people don't understand that the equator separates the seasons of the earth. Winter in the northern hemisphere is summer in the southern hemisphere.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78270494


sherlock


That was the point of this thread.

While people in the north are having the least amount of daylight, Ushuaia has 17+ hours or the most.

What amazes me how people like to get caught up in games of semantics.
 Quoting: Remedial_Rebel


Don't most people know the earth is divided into two hemispheres? Of course there is the maximum hours of daylight in the southern hemisphere today, it's summer solstice there. It will be the opposite on June 21, when it will be winter solstice there with the least amount of daylight and people in the northern hemisphere will have the most daylight.
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Re: Today for Winter Solstice, Ushuaia Argentina has 17 hours and 20 minutes of daylight. See it on Live cam
Um but that is Summer Solstice on the bottom of the earth not winter.

Here north of the equator we will have our shortest day and the Pagans celebrated on the 22nd to the 23rd of December, the beginning of the days getting longer. So Merry Christmas and thank god the days will be getting longer from here on til June 21st.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 73112757


^^THIS^^

Thanks for the basic info.

I'm always amazed how many people don't understand that the equator separates the seasons of the earth. Winter in the northern hemisphere is summer in the southern hemisphere.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78270494


sherlock


That was the point of this thread.

While people in the north are having the least amount of daylight, Ushuaia has 17+ hours or the most.

What amazes me how people like to get caught up in games of semantics.
 Quoting: Remedial_Rebel


Don't most people know the earth is divided into two hemispheres? Of course there is the maximum hours of daylight in the southern hemisphere today, it's summer solstice there. It will be the opposite on June 21, when it will be winter solstice there with the least amount of daylight and people in the northern hemisphere will have the most daylight.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78270494


Very few people would know there's 17+ hours of daylight anywhere in north or south America.

Happy winter/summer solstice where ever you are.





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