Got this email from Göran Beckman today. This is something that needs to be monitored.
From: Göran Beckman
Date: Mon, Jun 27, 2011 at 11:18
Subject: 2 suns at Antarctica?!
To: Marshall Masters
As you know I'm currently following what's going on at the Neumayer station.
The last few days they had really bad weather, actually a snowstorm with zero visibility.
Anyway, on June 25 I found something very interesting. The visibility suddenly improved a little bit at 10:38 GMT for about 10 minutes and guess what, there appeared to be 2 suns in the sky! It doesn't seem to be a sunflare, but I'm not sure.
I have placed the image for you into a word document.
The webcams at Neumayer is at Position: (70°39'S, 08°15’W)
The problem I have with this is that at 90° south a couple days after spring equinox there should be no sunrise.
Sunrise in the Antarctic doesn't occur between June 3rd and July 11th!
And still it seems as though the sun has been rising in the Antarctic for the last 2 weeks, as is apparent from this Live web cam at Neumayer Station.
I have also seen a few youtube videos with the same phenomena, 2 suns in the sky.
What do you make of this?