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Where is east pool where 6 months night and 6 month day

I think near Norway is it

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Both the North and South polar regions have varying degrees of polar night and day, each lasting approximately 6 months. As 35% of Norway lies North of the Polar Circle, it is often referred to in Summer as the Land of the Midnight Sun, or in winter Land of Polar Lights.
Technically though, most of the 6 months are not in total darkness, but rather what is called Civil Twilight; there is still some reflection of light during most of the time. To experience Full Darkness you would have to travel to the actual Poles, either North or South.

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I won't see a more interesting answer than that one today, W. Well worth reading. Thanks.
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Thanks Dodgy, it is pretty cool experiencing the 24 hour days up in North Norway and in Antarctica. The Sun moves right down to the Horizon, then back up again...Neat!
The 24 hour night? Can do without thanks! Ha,ha..
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I think it may be antartica

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There is no place that experience 6 months of night and 6 months of day. This is because the earth rotates around the sun. It therefore has to be day at one time and night at another time, but cannot delay up to six months.

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Sure there is, the Poles experience 24 hours of darkness, each in it's own "winter". See:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polar_night
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