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Sky full of clouds - clouds look defined - white fluffy clouds blue sky peeking through. W. By WalkerPhotograhy.

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The color of the sky is a result of scattering of ALL wavelengths. Yet, this scattering is not in equal portion but heavily weighted toward the shorter wavelengths. As sunlight enters the atmosphere much of the violet light waves scatter first but very high in the atmosphere and therefore not readily seen. Indigo color light waves scatter next and can be seen from high altitudes such as jet airplanes flying at normal cruising altitudes. In this sunrise image, the blue sky, yellow Cirrus clouds and orange Altocumulus clouds result from both Rayleigh and Mie scattering. Yet, clouds do not always appear white because haze and dust in the atmosphere can cause them to appear yellow, orange or red. And as clouds thicken, sunlight passing through the cloud will diminish or be blocked, giving the cloud a grey color. If there is no direct sunlight striking the cloud, it may reflect the color of the sky and appear bluish.

Cumulus clouds look puffy at the top and their bases are flat. Some cumulus clouds are small, while others are quite large. Small, flattish cumulus clouds scattered across the sky usually mean fair weather. In Latin, cumulus means heap or pile. And that’s how cumulus clouds tend to look - like heaps or piles of clouds. Cumulus clouds sometimes grow like huge towers in the sky or form long rows. Their growth is typically convective and guided by thermals. Usually, the larger and taller a cumulus cloud gets, the more unstable the atmosphere is. As cumulus clouds grow taller and taller, they.

Cirrostratus clouds look like thin sheets that spread themselves across the sky. When the sky is covered by these icy shreds they give the sky a pale, white appearance. These clouds can indicate the approach of precipitation. So thin are they that they are translucent, or maybe even a little transparent, so that the sun and moon can be readily seen through them. Clouds that look like hanging bulges from the skies are called mammatus clouds. More often than not, references statr that such clouds are a forbearer of severe weather, but actually, just the opposite is true: These clouds are formed by sinking air and are sometimes seen after a potent thunderstorm; they signal that a storm is retreating, not approaching.

New Look is the self-titled debut studio album of husband-and-wife electronic music duo New Look, consisting of singer and former model Sarah Ruba and Adam Pavao. The record was written in Toronto and recorded for two years in Berlin. The album garnered critical acclaim for its production, Ruba's vocals and the distinctiveness of each song, landing in the top 50 on Drowned in Sound's list of the best albums of 2011.

Third: Clouds Being electro-magnetized vaporous conglomerations of Hydrogen, Oxygen, Electrons, and a mulplicity of other elements like nitrogen, boron, and et. .In a way clouds could have the plausibility of mirroring one another just as humans, animals, and magnetism creating these near exact forms of one another through the laws od attraction. Fourthly: Nasa has had past ocurrences of fabricating photos of the earth, space voyages, aliens, and data, so.

A water droplet or ice crystal inside clouds is sufficiently large to strongly scatter light of all colours (different wavelengths). Since light undergoes multiple scattering between numerous water droplets or ice crystals in all direction (Figure 1) and they are weakly absorbing to visible light of all wavelengths, the scattered light of all wavelengths constitutes the white color of clouds (Figure 2) that we observe. This type of scattering of light of all colors is different from the type of color-selective scattering (Rayleigh scattering) which gives the blue color of the sky. Figure 3: Cloud droplets scatter light of all wavelengths more or less equally.


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