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How are rainbows formed? With simple atmospheric science.
These optical illusions require a mix of the right weather, eye direction, and luck.
Rainbows are (literally) in the eye of the beholder
Magical phenomena are even cooler when you understand the science behind them.
Enjoy a glorious rainbow of incredible bug photographs
Nature comes in all colors
Organizing the natural world by color makes for some seriously satisfying photos
Excerpt: Encyclopedia of Rainbows
Glitch Art, Rare Rainbows, And Other Amazing Images Of The Week
They're easy on the eyeballs
These Beautiful Nano-Rainbows Could Make Better TVs
Potential to make better solar cells? Check. Improved televisions down the road? Check. Pretty? Check.
Harvard Researchers Illuminate Connections Among Brain Cells in Technicolor
In 2007, Harvard scientists figured out how to combine fluorescent proteins to create an entire color palette, and then used...
Scientists Create First Ever Trap for Rainbows
The simple device could lead to better information storage
Why Are Rainbows Shaped Like an Arch?
A rainbow actually forms a circle. The center of the circle is always on an imaginary line between the sun and your head.