Here is the question :
HOW MANY DAYS OF CONTINUAL DARKNESS DOES ALASKA’S NORTHERNMOST TOWN EXPERIENCE?
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[STC002538] It’s a plot point that’s been explored in a number of terrifying films, but the concept of truly surviving for 67 days without any light is hard to wrap one’s head around. However, this is the reality for the roughly 4,000 residents of Utqiagvik (which was formerly known as Barrow) every year, from the months of November through January. However, they do end up getting 80 days of straight sunshine when summer comes, making the long stretch of darkness a little bit easier… maybe.