Winter Solstice Photo    The sun goes down at 4:34 p.m. on December 21, 2012, the Winter Solstice. The Winter Solstice has the shortest daylight of the year; 8 hours 45 minutes and 58 seconds in St. Paul, MN (Sunrise: 7:48 a.m.). After this date, the days start getting longer. Today is January 8, 2013: Sunrise: 7:50 a.m.; Sunset 4:49 p.m.; Daylight: 8 hours 59 minutes 09 seconds. This photo was taken in St. Paul, Minnesota.  Information Resources: timeanddate
Do you know this? Earliest sunsets are not at winter solstice (EarthSky) | Cool animated video: Winter Solstice Sunset at Stonehenge (YouTube)
Winter Solstice in the Arctic. Fairbanks, Alaska. Time-lapse video.    our Alaska State page
Letter 102 Winter Solstice
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