Atmospheric optical phenomena: Rayleigh scattering, Aurora, Green flash, Gegenschein, Mirage, Afterglow, Diamond dust, Halo, Rainbow

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9781157630456: Atmospheric optical phenomena: Rayleigh scattering, Aurora, Green flash, Gegenschein, Mirage, Afterglow, Diamond dust, Halo, Rainbow
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 79. Chapters: Rayleigh scattering, Aurora, Green flash, Gegenschein, Mirage, Afterglow, Diamond dust, Halo, Rainbow, Fata Morgana, Atmospheric optics, Noctilucent cloud, Rayleigh sky model, Mirage of astronomical objects, Sun dog, Airglow, Ionized air glow, Sky brightness, Earth's shadow, 2009 Norwegian spiral anomaly, Glory, Looming and similar refraction phenomena, Crepuscular rays, Diffuse sky radiation, Golden hour, Moonbow, Light pillar, Circumhorizontal arc, 22° halo, Parry arc, Brocken spectre, Circumzenithal arc, Bishop's Ring, Parhelic circle, Scintillation, Supralateral arc, Fog bow, 46° halo, Heiligenschein, Aureole effect, Upper tangent arc, Subhelic arc, Cloud iridescence, Anthelion, Sunglint, Transient luminous event, Kern arc, Liljequist parhelion, Anticrepuscular rays, Subparhelic circle, Ice crystals, Corona, Irisation, Infralateral arc, Lower tangent arc, Alpenglow, Circumscribed halo, Dewbow, Alexander's band, 120° parhelion, Novaya Zemlya effect, Sylvanshine, Sun glitter, Moon ring, False sunrise, Moon dog, Belt of Venus, Water sky, Bottlinger's ring, Subsun, Ice blink. Excerpt: A rainbow is an optical and meteorological phenomenon that causes a spectrum of light to appear in the sky when the Sun shines on to droplets of moisture in the Earth's atmosphere. It takes the form of a multicoloured arc. Rainbows caused by sunlight always appear in the section of sky directly opposite the sun. In a so-called "primary rainbow" (the lowest, and also normally the brightest rainbow) the arc of a rainbow shows red on the outer (or upper) part of the arc, and violet on the inner section. This rainbow is caused by light being reflected once in droplets of water. In a double rainbow, a second arc may be seen above and outside the primary arc, and has the order of its colours reversed (red faces inward toward the other rainbo...

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