On occasion of the summer solstice i put together a midnight sun satellite image mosaic of the Scoresby Sound area in Eastern Greenland from images of the past weeks.
I explained and demonstrated the concept of nighttime satellite images at high latitudes before. As you can see the sun is in the northwest meaning it is late evening local time when the images are taken. The mosaic contains some clouds in the southwest but is otherwise showing very clear weather. Here a few crops
This shows the end of the Daugaard-Jensen Glacier and the dissolving ice on the inner fjords.
This shows the Mestersvig station at the frozen King Oscar Fjord.
Images are produced from USGS Landsat data.