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Could I do It?

Postby Captain Midnight » Fri Jun 30, 2017 8:33 am

If I flew fast enough during the time of the midnight sun above the Arctic Circle ........ would I be able to see multiple sunrises and sunsets within a few hours?
Wonder if FS2004 will support this hypothesis?
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Re: Could I do It?

Postby garymbuska » Fri Jun 30, 2017 9:36 am

Captain Midnight wrote:If I flew fast enough during the time of the midnight sun above the Arctic Circle ........ would I be able to see multiple sunrises and sunsets within a few hours?
Wonder if FS2004 will support this hypothesis?


In theory that will work but the odds of FS doing it are unlikely but who knows you could always change the time. But that is not the same thing.
I think FS uses the time of day to control the sunrise and sun set I do not think it takes in account where you are at . But what the heck give it a shot and let us know if it works.
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In Alaska there can be more than 12 hours of daylight or night depending upon the season and I am not sure if FS takes that into account But than I have never looked into it. I have not flown that much in Alaska
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