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Sun dog - Wikipedia

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A sun dog (or sundog), mock sun or phantom sun, meteorological name parhelion (plural parhelia), is an atmospheric phenomenon that consists of a bright spot ...

Atmospheric phenomena: Halos, Sundogs and Light Pillars

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Learn more about atmospheric phenomena like Sundogs, Halos and Light Pillars that are created by the reflection and refraction of light by ice crystals in the ...

Solar Halos, Sun Dogs, Sun Spokes, Rainbows - Crystalinks

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Solar Halos, Sun Dogs, Sun Spokes, Rainbows. A solar halo - also known as a nimbus, icebow or gloriole - is an optical phenomenon produced by ice crystals ...

Sundogs: Spots of Color Beside the Sun - Live Science

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Jan 18, 2013 ... Patches of light that sometimes appear beside the sun are called sundogs. The scientific name is parhelion (plural: parhelia) from the Greek ...

Sundogs, Sun Dogs, Parhelia, Mock Suns - Atmospheric Optics

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Features images of sun dogs and tells why they occur.

Parhelions or Sun Dogs - HyperPhysics

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Diagrams and pictures explain how sun dogs form.

Sundogs: mock suns or parhelia

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Sundogs. mock suns or parhelia. Sundogs, also known as mock suns or " parhelia", are a pair of brightly colored spots, one on either side of the sun.

What Is a Sun Dog? | Wonderopolis

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Sun dogs don't bark, and they don't wag their tails. They also won't eat your homework. What they will do, however, is amaze onlookers and get people pointing ...

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Jan 19, 2010 ... Old timers thought haloes around the sun, or sun dogs, predicted coming weather changes. Learn more about this neat phenomenon in this ...