Sonic Boom Meeets Sundog [Vid]

Submitted by: pmarren 7 years ago in Science

Happens at the 1:50 minute mark.
There are 32 comments:
Male 848
Awesome marbles.
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Male 25,416
Thats so cool!
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Female 55
I see a crab in the clouds at 2:00 :D
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Male 21
It`s called a sundog because usually it appears as though there`s 2 smaller points of light on either side of the sun. Never above or below. Like the sun has 2 pet doggies
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Male 2,690
Wasn`t as cool looking as I expected :/
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Male 772
Is a sundog that cloud rainbow thing? Why dog of all things? Why not suncloud or something? o.O Confused!
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Male 37,826
We see lots of sundogs in the winter up here. It`s cold and sunny a lot. We get to see double & triple sundogs too (the last being far less frequent, lolz!)
JFGI = Judy Finds Gardening Interesting, at least thats what BING search tells me.
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Male 17,512
That is very very rare to see. Happened at just the right time of day.
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Male 2,593
That`s why guile can be a pain in the butt
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Male 1,452
darth could be because your watching it in high definition and your PC cant handle it, i suggest you adjust the quality to 320 or 480
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Female 1
:O that`s awesome :)
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Male 712
Gotta love natural phenomena like that
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Male 5,194
All I see is an advertisement.
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Male 316
@Darth
Nothing, it`s your computer
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Male 486
Super cool!
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Male 72
Beautiful
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Male 98
The vid just skips every time i try to watch it. That`s been happening a lot lately, along with pics not loading. What`s going on here?...
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Male 10,440
That was awesome, but not as awesome as this:
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Male 138
A sun dog or sundog (scientific name parhelion, plural parhelia, from Greek parēlion, (παρήλιον), παρά(beside) + ήλιος(sun), "beside the sun"; also called a mock sun) is an atmospheric phenomenon that creates bright spots of light in the sky, often on a luminous ring or halo on either side of the sun.[1] (formed by ice crystals)

Sundogs may appear as a colored patch of light to the left or right of the sun, 22° distant and at the same distance above the horizon as the sun, and in ice halos. They can be seen anywhere in the world during any season, but they are not always obvious or bright. Sundogs are best seen and are most conspicuous when the sun is low.

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Male 4,004
""What`s a Sun Dog?"

JFGI "

What does JFGI mean?

(jk lol)

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Male 131
THIS HAPPENED ON MY BIRTHDAY WOOOO!
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Male 37,826
That WAS cool!
I love how the boom-effect dispursed the sun dog! It took the 3rd viewing to find it tho (top right).
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Male 4,680
It`s like God was messing about with Adobe after-effects.
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Male 1,013
for a few seconds, it looked circumcised...
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Male 2,034
"What`s a Sun Dog?"

JFGI

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Male 418
its actually a very rare occurance. Most likely really high humidity in the air that caused the ripple, otherwise you just get the cone of vapor blast in a quick flash. This is amazing
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Female 19
What`s a Sun Dog?
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Male 2,056
woah! thats the first time i`ve actually seen a sonic boom!
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Male 1,386
its like a ripple through reality O_o
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Male 385
2 cool.
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Female 254
I wanna catch something like this on camera just once!
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Male 4,594
Link: Sonic Boom Meeets Sundog [Vid] [Rate Link] - Happens at the 1:50 minute mark.
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