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Страница для размещения ссылок на интересные наблюдения гало (оптического явления) и похожих явлений
Страница для размещения ссылок на интересные наблюдения гало (оптического явления) и похожих явлений

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Гало, образованное вспышкой метеора из потока Тауриды.
Space Coast Intelligent Solutions’ meteor camera network captured an in-falling remnant of Comet Encke, progenitor of the annual Taurid meteor shower. Slow motion playback of the event reveals a halo of ice crystals illuminated by the fireball at its peak of visibility.

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Sun and Moon Halo
Image Credit & Copyright: Göran Strand
http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap150403.html

Two pictures captured on April 1 are combined in this creative day and night composite. Separated in time by about 10 hours the images otherwise match, looking along the coast at Östersund Sweden. The relative times were chosen to show the Sun and a nearly full Moon at the same place in the cold, early springtime sky. In the night scene Jupiter also shines above the waterfront lights, while Sun and Moon are both surrounded by a beautiful circular ice halo. The Sun and Moon halos really do align, each with an angular radius of 22 degrees. That radius is a constant, not determined by the brightness of Sun or Moon but only by the hexagonal geometry of atmospheric ice crystals and the reflection and refraction of light. Of course tomorrow, April 4, will find the Sun and Moon on opposite sides of planet Earth for a total lunar eclipse.
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Photo of the Day: A constellation of orbs, rings, and halos hangs above the Greenland ice sheet in this image by photographer Murray Fredericks, who spent months capturing the island's remote beauty. #photography

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Световой лес в Брянске, 08.01.2015
https://vk.com/wall-6523189_720155

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Moondog Night
Image Credit & Copyright: Martin Ratcliffe
http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap141211.html

In this night scene from the early hours of November 14, light from a last quarter Moon illuminates clouds above the mountaintop domes of Kitt Peak National Observatory near Tucson, Arizona. Bright Jupiter is just left of the overexposed lunar disk with a streak of camera lens flare immediately to the right, but that's no fireball meteor exploding near the center of the picture. Instead, from the roadside perspective a stunningly bright moondog or paraselene stands directly over Kitt Peaks's WIYN telescope. Analogous to a sundog or parhelion, a paraselene is produced by moonlight refracted through thin, hexagonal, plate-shaped ice crystals in high cirrus clouds. As determined by the crystal geometry, paraselenae (plural) are seen at an angle of 22 degrees or more from the Moon. Compared to the bright lunar disk they are more often faint and easier to spot when the Moon is low. About 10 minutes after the photograph even this bright moondog had faded from the night.
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Снилось ли вам гало?
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Да, снилось!
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Нет, не снилось.

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Читательница M24.ru Анастасия, по ее словам, в пятницу, 4 июля, около 2 часов дня в небе над Таганкой наблюдала природное явление, именуемое "гало".

На этонаблюдение  было много ссылок на гало во всех социальных сетях:
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10202564326608595 (22 и опоясывающее, неправильно названное зенитной дугой)
http://vk.com/wall29445959_855

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