India Today | 20/11/2020 05:31 PM | Click to read full article
Utqiagvik, a small town in Alaska, will not see sunlight for the next two months as it has entered its annual phase of darkness. This phenomenon is known as polar night and it occurs every winter in Utqiagvik.
The sun rose and set in Utqiagvik for the last time on November 19 for a period of over 60 days. This phenomenon occurs every year in winter in the Alaska town because of the tilt of the Earth's axis.