Category:Atmospheric optical phenomena
Here is a list of articles in the category Atmospheric optical phenomena of the Earth portal.
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Atmospheric optical phenomena.|
Atmospheric optical phenomena are often due to the interaction of light from the sun or moon with the atmosphere, clouds, water, or dust and other particulates.
This category has only the following subcategory.
- ► Atmospheric ghost lights (39 P)
Pages in category "Atmospheric optical phenomena"
The following 86 pages are in this category, out of 86 total.
- 120° parhelion (earth)
- 22° halo (earth)
- 46° halo (earth)
- Earth's shadow (earth)
- Kern arc (earth)
- Twinkling (astronomy)
- Sevenfold sun miracle (astronomy)
- Shiranui (optical phenomenon) (earth)
- Sky brightness (astronomy)
- Space jellyfish (earth)
- Steve (atmospheric phenomenon) (astronomy)
- Subhelic arc (earth)
- Subparhelic circle (earth)
- Subsun (earth)
- Sun dog (astronomy)
- Sun glitter (astronomy)
- Sunbeam (earth)
- Sunglint (astronomy)
- Supralateral arc (earth)
- Sylvanshine (earth)
- Tropospheric scatter (physics)
- Upper and lower tangent arcs (earth)
- Water sky (earth)