Sol can depict any position and trajectory of the sun. Every day the sun’s path changes. The exact path the sun takes through the sky depends not only on the date but also on the physical location of the observer. Around the equator the sun rises almost perpendicular to the horizon this stands in stark contrast to the very shallow slope of the sunrise in the polar regions; here, depending on the season the sun might not even rise above the horizon at all. Sol reveals the different pathways the sun can take from anywhere in the world. It clarifies the movements of the sun.