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Stephen James O'Meara's Secret Sky: Moonbows: architecture of light

August 2009: If you have a dark sky and misty air, be on the hunt for a lunar rainbow.
August 2009 moonbow
You do not need a hard rain to capture a moonbow. The author took this blue-sky moonbow as a fine mist, preceding a passing shower, overtook him. Note the faint luminous band inside the moonbow — a supernumerary bow.
Stephen James O'Meara
The sight of a lunar rainbow can cause an adrenaline rush strong enough to make the heart leap and the mind wonder.

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