22 Degree Sun Halo Over Senja, Norway
Taken by Adrien Mauduit on March 10, 2018 @ Senja, Norway
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  Camera Used: SONY ILCE-7S
Exposure Time: 1/1000
Aperture: f/10.0
ISO: 100
Date Taken: 2018:03:10 12:14:05
 
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This morning a beautiful arctic 22 degree sun halo rose over Senja island in Norway under the influence of a stream of high-troposphere cirrus haze. The halo wasnt in its entire form with a the optical arcs, but still reflecting beautiful light in the cold winter weather there!
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... but I do see some more halo features: 22 degrees parhelia and a faint parhelic circle, a trace of the 22 degrees upper tangent arc, and in the top the circumzenithal arc with some traces of 46 degrees supralateral asrc. So there are at least six halo forms in the image!
Posted by pphv 2018-03-11 16:22:13
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