"The arctic circle almost touches the northern-most tip of Iceland. A latitude at or just south of the circle would be ideal. With some quick-and-dirty trig, I calculated the length of the arctic circle to be roughly 9,930 miles. So if you travel roughly 9,930 miles per hour just about at the arctic circle, you should maintain sunlight (or darkness) all the time."
Ha ha! I asked my husband your question and he is the google king... so he googled it. :D
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