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23 Incredible Hurricane Images From Space

23 Incredible Hurricane Images From Space

Одна из самых крупных аметистовых жеод в мире.

The worlds biggest Amethyst Geode – The ‘Empress of Uruguay’ can be found at Atherton Tablelands, Cairns, Australia. The tens of thousands perfect, deep purple Amethyst crystals that nature has formed naturally inside truly amaze everyone who sees her.

stairway to heaven

Stairway to heaven.

Estimates vary of how much cosmic dust and meteorites enter Earth’s atmosphere each day, but range anywhere from 5 to 300 metric tons, with estimates made from satellite data and extrapolations of meteorite falls.

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A compilation of some beautiful and amazing photos of volcanoes from around the world. A compilation of some beautiful and amazing photos of volcanoes from around the world.

Look at that sky!!

Mammatus clouds are pouch-like protrusions hanging from the undersides of clouds, usually thunderstorm anvil clouds but other types of clouds as well. By Karen Slagle, May 25 south of Amarillo, Texas.

Satellite imagery on January 19, 2014. Image Credit: Australia Bureau of Meteorology

Satellite imagery on January Last weekend – January 2014 – an area of low pressure intensified across northwestern Australia. Satellites indicated growing convection around the center of low pressure and decent outflow around the entire system.

Rare rainbow-covered pileus iridescent cloud in Ethiopia

An extremely rare rainbow-colored pileus iridescent cloud over Ethiopia. The iridescent colors are caused by tiny water droplets in the cloud diffracting sunlight.

A lovely circumzenithal arc amidst high clouds by Dudley Williams on December 18, 2011.  When you see an upside-down rainbow in the sky, you are likely seeing a circumzenithal arc. It’s related the halos often seen around the sun or moon, caused by ice crystal in the upper atmosphere. The photos here are by EarthSky friends on Facebook.

A circumzenithal arc (not an upside down rainbow) is caused by ice crystals in the upper atmosphere. These arcs are related to the frequently seen halos around the sun or moon.