What causes an upside-down rainbow?


An upside-down rainbow is a rare phenomenon caused by refraction of sunlight through horizontally-oriented ice crystals. This usually occurs in cirrus stratus clouds rather than raindrops. It is also known as circumzenithal arc.
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Also known as a circum-zenith arc. If you've seen one, you're very lucky, since they are quite rare. I have seen one only twice in my life, and I'm the kind of guy who looks. Ice
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