Chembow halo v. 22° halo

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On the left, a chembow halo, as identified by the Chemtrails over NZ facebook group, from a photograph published on the Stuff news website.

On the right, early drawings showing the various permutations that a normal 22° degree halo can appear in: single halo (top left), double halo (middle left), coronal halo (bottom left) and perhelic circle (middle right; the other two images being the sun’s corona – bottom right – and a shooting star – top right), from the 1815 publication Researches about Atmospheric Phaenomena

Learn the difference!

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