Crepuscular Rays

Crepuscular Rays

Crepuscular rays—sometimes called God Rays or Jacob’s Ladder—are streaks of light radiating from the sun. Usually occurring around daybreak or sunset, they shine through breaks in the clouds or through irregular spaces along the horizon and are made visible by particles in the air. Though crepuscular rays are nearly parallel, they appear to fan out from the sun due to perspective. Anticrepuscular rays are less easy to spot and differ from their crepuscular counterparts in what way? More… Discuss

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