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The camera was tested at the Kjell Henriksen Observatory (KHO) in Svalbard, Norway, where it produced the first-ever hyperspectral images of auroras--commonly referred to as "the Northern (or Southern) Lights"--and may already have revealed a previously unknown atmospheric phenomenon.
It is unclear just which atmospheric phenomenon will get the blame for this unprecedented surge in poverty, which comes at a time when the pre-election economic data euphoria was adamant that the US economy was on an escape velocity to utopia," Tyler Durden wrote for Zero Hedge.
The Todmorden area between Lancashire and Yorkshire is well known for strange sightings but they have been explained as UAPs - unidentified atmospheric phenomenon - rather than UFOs.
He said it is an atmospheric phenomenon caused by the rising of sea waves on the eastern coasts during summer.
Such mirages may be nothing more than an atmospheric phenomenon that is as poorly understood as the origins of this universe - but in times past, such a sight in the heavens would have been automatically regarded as an omen.
The UK''s Meteorological Office, often maligned for its predictions in a notoriously difficult field, is now getting the opportunity to study an atmospheric phenomenon which occurs very rarely in Britain.
This is an El Nino year, but the atmospheric phenomenon over the Pacific is not as severe as scientists expected.
He was witnessing a circumzenithal arc, a beautiful and rare atmospheric phenomenon.
Two factors thought to strongly influence hurricane formation are wind shear--an atmospheric phenomenon in which adjacent layers of air move at different speeds or in different directions--and seasurface temperature.
Sub-tropical regions are vulnerable to summer drought due to an atmospheric phenomenon known as the Hadley Cells
Dr David Clarke, who teaches folklore at Sheffield Hallam University, is the man who last year uncovered the MoD's secret 1970s investigation into Welsh UFOs, and this year discovered a more recent Government investigation, which concluded UFOs are probably caused by atmospheric phenomenon.
Airglow is an atmospheric phenomenon in which photons from the sun excite air molecules, which eventually emit light at several specific wavelengths.
However, despite significant advances in technology, citizens continue to succumb to the winds of nature's most violent atmospheric phenomenon.
6% in the region in 1997, well below the usual 4% or above, the document states, attributing the fall to natural disasters and El Nino, the recurring oceanic and atmospheric phenomenon in the tropical Pacific that affects global weather.
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