A simple explanation of what rainbows are and why we see them, as well as the different types of rainbows you can see too.
Do ice cores from Greenland and Antarctica contain air of Earth's ancient atmospheres, or do these ice cores contain only artifacts of glacier dynamics?
Disproving the myth that brooms will stand upright during a planetary alignment due to changes in Earth's gravitational pull.
Moonbows are natural atmospheric phenomena that occur by the interaction between sunlight reflected off the surface of the moon and water droplets suspended in the atmosphere
Learn about the different types of snowflakes and how snowflakes form.
Before and after photos of locations around the world show strong evidence of global warming. The photos speak for themselves on this worldwide phenomena.
What are Sundogs and mock suns? Why do they happen and how have they impacted history?
The mesosphere is one of the layers of the atmosphere that´s situated at about 50-85 km (32-53 miles). This layer of the atmosphere contains one of the coldest regions in the atmosphere;therefore is the colder region in the atmosphere and the coldest place on earth
Learn about the complexity of lightning and how it forms.
A storm is basically a natural disaster which is caused by any change in the atmosphere, whether it is a change in pressure, temperature or the water level. It usually involves heavy rains strong winds which can cause a lot of destruction. Storms...