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Atmospheric Science Explains an Ageless Inspiration

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November 7, 2011

Atmospheric Science Explains an Ageless Inspiration

The sight of shafts of light streaming down from the heavens through a layer of clouds has inspired centuries of artists, scientists and philosophers. Atmospheric scientists describe this phenomenon with the term crepuscular rays, referring to the typical sunrise or sunset observation times. Enjoy this unique perspective from the International Space Station!