High-pressure weather systems often bring fair weather and relatively clear skies. In early June 2012
The Egyptian desert meets the Red Sea on a cloudless afternoon in this photo tweeted by first-time astronaut Reid Wiseman on June 8, 2014. Wiseman is one of six men living aboard the International Space Station. Wiseman is sharing his observations and pictures with a growing following on Twitter.
Science Experiments for Middle School Students https://www.pinterest.com/pin/271482683759198643/?utm_content=bufferf2d56&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_campaign=buffer #Homeschool #Science
"Optical Telescope Element Simulator (OSIM) Lowered into Space Environment Simulator Vacuum Chamber to Be Tested to Withstand the Cold Temperatures of Space," NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Maryland
Mother-of-Pearl Clouds Credit: Peggy Achtert, distributed by the EGU under a Creative Commons License Clouds over Estrange, Sweden in January, 2011.
Clouds: The weirdest of the weird
Kelvin-Helmholtz Wave clouds (also called billow clouds) form an almost uniform line across the sky, and take the visual form of a breaking wave. This behavior is caused by wind shear when two vertically adjacent layers of air are moving at different speeds.
Chasing Danger, Capturing Beauty
Camille Seaman and 'The Big Cloud' - The New York Times. Nebraska.