What is a Moonbow?
We know the sun rises and sets as does the moon. There are rainbows, but does anyone know what a moonbow is? Do you know where you can see one?
A moonbow (lunar rainbow) forms when the light reflected off the surface of the Moon is diffracted when interacting with water droplets suspended in a rain cloud or the mist of a waterfall. Unlike the colorful rainbows produced by the sun´s light, moonbows are created by the sun´s light that is reflected off the surface of the moon. You can see a moonbow on clear full moon night close to the banks of a waterfall or through the mist of a light rainy night. Read; "http://unvrso.hubpages.com/hub/How-a-Moonbow-is-formed"
by Rafini7 months ago
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by Faith Reaper4 years ago
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by jvorob7 years ago
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by dishyum6 years ago
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by brandonord6 years ago
why is the Sky blue is outer space is dark black ?
by janesix4 years ago
It looks pretty and makes nice, perfect eclipses.But what was God's purpose in doing this?
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