Five days without sunset

Robert Schwartz works at the South Pole and periodically uploads video from the southernmost tip of the globe. This time, he decided to show what the polar day looks like, and five days in a row – from 8 to 13 March – recorded the movement of the sun across the sky over the Antarctic. It looks like a very slow sunset: the sun walks in a circle, gradually approaching the horizon; The lower the star, the more the fireball becomes for the observer from the Earth.