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  • Rainbows!

    I posted this in the skeptics thread, since it's all about science, but thought this was interesting enough to share here.

    http://www.atoptics.co.uk/bows.htm





    The above link is to a relatively new website that has almost everything you'd like to know about rainbows - of all types - circular and droplet rainbows, lunar rainbows, as well as the science of how rainbows form, on this planet and others. Plus an image gallery of some amazing shots.

    Pretty cool stuff - isn't science fun?

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    Re: Rainbows!

    Thanks for the links. I never knew there were so many different types of rainbows! I found this one snopes.com : http://www.snopes.com/photos/natural/firerainbow.asp It's all about a fire rainbow. Thanks again for the link. Science can be fun! This is great stuff to have when I start teaching.

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