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Posted: March 9, 2014 2:00 a.m.
Updated: March 9, 2014 2:00 a.m.
A Fire Rainbow was captured at the intersection of Creekside Road and McBean Parkway on Wed., Feb. 19. The real name of a fire rainbow is Circumhorizontal Arc, and it is an optical phenomenon - an ice-halo formed by plate-shaped ice crystals in high level cirrus clouds. Other currently accepted names for the phenomenon are Circumhorizon Arc, or Lower Symmetric 46° Plate Arc. Kevin Smith/Courtesy Photo A Fire Rainbow was captured at the intersection of Creekside Road and McBean Parkway on Wed., Feb. 19. The real name of a fire rainbow is Circumhorizontal Arc, and it is an optical phenomenon - an ice-halo formed by plate-shaped ice crystals in high level cirrus clouds. Other currently accepted names for the phenomenon are Circumhorizon Arc, or Lower Symmetric 46° Plate Arc. Kevin Smith/Courtesy Photo
A Fire Rainbow was captured at the intersection of Creekside Road and McBean Parkway on Wed., Feb. 19. The real name of a fire rainbow is Circumhorizontal Arc, and it is an optical phenomenon - an ice-halo formed by plate-shaped ice crystals in high level cirrus clouds. Other currently accepted names for the phenomenon are Circumhorizon Arc, or Lower Symmetric 46° Plate Arc. Kevin Smith/Courtesy Photo
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