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A rare arctic rainbow


A rare rainbow over the NEEM site. People in camp with many years of experience in the arctic had never seen this before. Rainbows only form with rain in the air as opposed to sundogs and halos that form with ice crystals in the air. This rainbow was a testimony to the unusual warm conditions over the Greenland ice sheet. Credit:, FL, J.P. Steffensen

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