Different Types of Rainbow that you rarely View
Rainbow or rainbow is optical and meteorological phenomena in the form of multicolored parallel light to one
another that looked at the sky or other medium. In the sky, a rainbow appeared as an arc light with a tip leads to the
horizon at some point in a rain. Rainbow can also be seen around a rushing waterfall.
Natural color of a rainbow is six colors. They are red, orange, yellow, green, blue and purple. The intensity of each
color may be due to various atmospheric conditions, and time (later).
Rainbow it really looks like a perfect circular arc (with a radius of 42 degrees right, according to Descartes),
although this is hard to see the rainbow as the soil has a habit prevented.
Primary rainbow, often accompanied by a secondary rainbow is usually thinner and fainter than the primary
rainbow. Secondary rainbow is known for certain characteristics: spectrum is shown in reverse order from a
Red Rainbows are usually seen at dawn or dusk when the thickness of the filter becomes blue earth's atmosphere,
leaving redder or orange droplets reflect and refract light water. The result is a rainbow with a red edge spectrum is
The most commonly seen low in the sky on a sunny winter day, sundogs created when the sun was shining through
ice crystals high in the atmosphere. Sundogs are red on the inside and purple on the outside with the rest of the
crowded spectrum in between. The thicker the ice crystal concentration in the air, its structure is also thicker.
Fogbows more than rainbows are rarely seen because certain parameters that must be adjusted to creating them.
For example, the light source should be behind the observer and grounded. Also, the fog behind the observer must
be so thin that sunlight can shine through the thick fog ahead.
Waterfall mist mixed into the atmosphere of constant air flow continuously, regard