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October 2015 Cloud of the Month photographed by Po-wan Ko over Taipei, Taiwan: A striking arrangements of ‘cloudlets’ in a layer of Altocumulus cloud.

October 2015 Cloud of the Month photographed by Po-wan Ko over Taipei, Taiwan: A striking arrangements of ‘cloudlets’ in a layer of Altocumulus cloud.

Rare Historic Photographs

Rare Historic Photographs

The Lincoln photo - president is way too stressful a job. The flapper & auto photo is gorgeous.

A display of Noctilucent clouds over Hoogeveen, the Netherlands.

A display of Noctilucent clouds over Hoogeveen, the Netherlands.

March Cloud of The Month photographed by Sally Agnew: Formations like these over Warwick, southeast Queensland, Australia are often described as ‘jellyfish clouds’ on account of the tendrils that dangle below them. They make the clumps of Altocumulus cloud resemble a whole shoal of floating stingers.

March Cloud of The Month photographed by Sally Agnew: Formations like these over Warwick, southeast Queensland, Australia are often described as ‘jellyfish clouds’ on account of the tendrils that dangle below them. They make the clumps of Altocumulus cloud resemble a whole shoal of floating stingers.

STRATUS A generally gray cloud layer with a uniform base which may, if thick enough, produce drizzle, ice prisms, or snow grains. When the sun is visible through this cloud, its outline is clearly discernible.  Often when a layer of Stratus breaks up and dissipates blue sky is seen.

STRATUS A generally gray cloud layer with a uniform base which may, if thick enough, produce drizzle, ice prisms, or snow grains. When the sun is visible through this cloud, its outline is clearly discernible. Often when a layer of Stratus breaks up and dissipates blue sky is seen.

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