At this time of year, in the evening and early morning, the north facade of our house is completely illuminated by the sun.  It’s the closest we get to living in the southern hemisphere.  I’m not sure where else this is happening at the same time, besides in the arctic.  Say it’s ten at night in Norway and it’s nine in the morning in New Zealand, then we’d both have the sun.  Is it the same sun?  How do they do that?

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