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Not "Lake Vostok, Antarctica" cos that's under 4 km of ice. You might as well say "the middle of the Earth", or "in the upper atmostphere". A more sensible answer would be somewhere on the arctic or antarctic ice sheets as far away from the few populations that there are. Given that said populations would be so far over the horizon anyway you wouldn't be able to tell the difference.
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Your answer depends on your definition of 'dark'. Antarctica is the darkest continent, but you can walk about there by starlight and moonlight -- when there is no sun …-- and navigate perfectly to your destination. Inside of a cave, however, where there is no light, you will not be able to see your shoulder or your hand in front of your face.
Cherry Springs State Park, Pennsylvania
One of the darkest places in Minnesota is the Jeffers Petroglyphs site near Jeffers Minnesota.
The people of Bouganville Island.
The darkest thing on earth was when god created the world and had made the moon yet.
The darkest place in South Dakota would be deep underground in Wind Cave. At one point in the tour of Wind Cave, at Wind Cave National Park, the tour guide turns off the light…s to show how dark a cave is.
"Umbra" is correct. However, another way to look at it is that the darkest part of the Earth's shadow is midnight, for what is night but the shadow of the Earth?
There really isn't such a thing. 3 miles underground on Earth or Mars, for example, would be the same level of darkness: total.
Hi I'm 9 years old I have a sister named thanjila and I believe the answer is autum or fall
If it the solstice is in northern hemisphere, then it is Antarctica, and if it occurs in southern hemisphere, then it is the North Pole. There is no stable day-night transiti…on at the poles, therefore durring winter, the pole remains in darkness for the entire season, and durring summer sun never sets but moves in along the horizon.
The cave in the jungle.