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Very well done Article!
In reality, the sun rises and sets in the east and west only on the autumnal and vernal equinoxes, and something very different happens during the remaining 363 days of the year. The Earth’s tilt causes the Sun to rise and set slightly south of east and west in the winter, and slightly north of east and west in the summer.
So far so good
Quote: As a result, the winter sun spends all of its time in the southern sky, and the summer sun spends all of its time in the northern sky.
Either I am misunderstanding the article or the article is wrong. During the winter the sun spends all of its time in the southern sky and during the summer it spends most of its time in the southern sky and a little wee bit in the northern sky.