Skip to comments.Astronomy Picture of the Day -- Cirrus over Paris
Posted on 06/22/2016 4:45:04 AM PDT by SunkenCiv
Explanation: What's that over Paris? Cirrus. Typically, cirrus clouds appear white or gray when reflecting sunlight, can appear dark at sunset (or sunrise) against a better lit sky. Cirrus are among the highest types of clouds and are usually thin enough to see stars through. Cirrus clouds may form from moisture released above storm clouds and so may herald the arrival of a significant change in weather. Conversely, cirrus clouds have also been seen on Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Titan, Uranus, and Neptune. The featured image was taken two days ago from a window in District 15, Paris, France, Earth. The brightly lit object on the lower right is, of course, the Eiffel Tower.
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[Credit and Copyright: Bertrand Kulik]
They are HUGH AND CIRRUS!.........................
And they’re caused by the imminent arrival of Nabiru!!!
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