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'Moonbow' caught on camera in England

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(BBC) — A rare lunar rainbow – or moonbow – has been photographed in the skies over northern England.

 

Ben Gwynne captured the sight on the moors above Skipton, North Yorkshire at about 19:40 GMT.

 

Lunar rainbows are formed when moonlight, rather than direct sunlight, is refracted by moisture in the atmosphere.

 

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