Double lunar halo

Double lunar halo

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Credit: LUIS ARGERICH/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Double lunar halo in the sky around the Moon. Lunar halos are an optical phenomena that form when moonlight passes through ice crystals in the sky, usually from cirrostratus clouds or fog. Photographed in June from Punta Piedras, Argentina.

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Keywords: 2013, 23 june 2013, astronomical, astronomy, atmosphere, atmospheric effect, cirrostratus clouds, double, fog, high-altitude clouds, ice crystals, june, lunar, lunar halo, meteorological, meteorology, moon, moonlight, moonlit, night sky, optical, optical phenomenon, optics, phenomena, physical, physics, reflecting, refracting, shining, space, weather

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