In Rjukan, Norway, the sun disappears behind the mountains for six months every year. But now they have found a solution. Last year they built a large mirror on top of the mountain, reflecting the sun down on the town square. Read the story in The New York Times here. Photos:

OSLO, NORWAY - MARCH 14, 2014 During six months of winter the sun dosen't shine down on the Norwegian town Rjukan. The solution they came up with was building a large mirror up in the moutain. CREDIT: Kyrre Lien for The New York Times OSLO, NORWAY - MARCH 14, 2014 During six months of winter the sun dosen't shine down on the Norwegian town Rjukan. The solution they came up with was building a large mirror up in the moutain. CREDIT: Kyrre Lien for The New York Times OSLO, NORWAY - MARCH 14, 2014 During six months of winter the sun dosen't shine down on the Norwegian town Rjukan. The solution they came up with was building a large mirror up in the moutain. CREDIT: Kyrre Lien for The New York Times OSLO, NORWAY - MARCH 14, 2014 During six months of winter the sun dosen't shine down on the Norwegian town Rjukan. The solution they came up with was building a large mirror up in the moutain. CREDIT: Kyrre Lien for The New York Times OSLO, NORWAY - MARCH 14, 2014 During six months of winter the sun dosen't shine down on the Norwegian town Rjukan. The solution they came up with was building a large mirror up in the moutain. CREDIT: Kyrre Lien for The New York Times OSLO, NORWAY - MARCH 14, 2014During six months of winter the sun dosen't shine down on the Norwegian town Rjukan. The solution they came up with was building a large mirror up in the moutain. CREDIT: Kyrre Lien for The New York Times OSLO, NORWAY - MARCH 14, 2014During six months of winter the sun dosen't shine down on the Norwegian town Rjukan. The solution they came up with was building a large mirror up in the moutain. CREDIT: Kyrre Lien for The New York Times