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a rare meteorological phenomenon called a sky punch hole - ice crystals form above the high-altitude cirro-cumulo-stratus clouds, then fall downward punching a hole in the cloud cover

Das Phänomen, genannt "Sun Dog ein""," geschieht, wenn die Eiskristalle in den Wolken erscheinen und die Sonnenstrahlen brechen. Heyworth, Illinois, USA aufgenommen.

Cloud Art or Nature's Cloud Symphonies: this multi-coloured cloud phenomenon is called Sundog: rainbow cloud when ice crystals appear in clouds & refract sun's rays. Photographer Robert Arn, here in Heyworth, Illinois, US

Alaskan Auror Borealis Photo by Sam Amato -- National Geographic Your Shot-Eureka, Alaska-March 20

Alaskan Auror Borealis Photo by Sam Amato -- National Geographic Your Shot-Eureka, Alaska-March 20

View across the tropopause from a high flying research aircraft. Below are familiar tropospheric clouds, above are rare nacreous clouds formed at the low temperatures of the tropopause and lower stratosphere.

View across the tropopause from a high flying research aircraft. Below are familiar tropospheric clouds, above are rare nacreous clouds formed at the low temperatures of the tropopause and lower stratosphere.

Northern Lights

Awesome Aurora B last night Made especially beautiful by the solar flare in Faskrudsfjordur, Iceland. Taken by Jónína Óskarsdóttir

Also called mother of pearl clouds or sun dogs, these rare clouds are rarely seen, but once you do, you most definitely won’t forget them

Nacreous Clouds Norway January 2005 ~ These clouds blazed in the sky over the Southern Norway twenty minutes after sunset January Imaged by Derick Rethans. The clouds were visible before dawn and throughout the day and evening.

Noctilucent Clouds or Polar Mesopheric Clouds: This is an extroadinarily rare cloud formation that occurs out on the verge of space between 82km to 102 km from the earth’s surface. Noctilucent clouds appear to be luminous yet they reflect the sunlight from the other side of the earth at night, giving them a glowing appearance

Noctilucent clouds or Polar Mesospheric clouds are extraordinarily rare and occur on the verge of space between 82 km and 102 km from the earth's surface

Caustic cardioid holographic hologram holograph nacreous chlorine northern lights Aurora borealis fridge car gas hairspray cold dry ice iridescence bubble bubbles

Caustic cardioid holographic hologram holograph nacreous chlorine northern lights Aurora borealis fridge car gas hairspray cold dry ice iridescence bubble bubbles

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