10 Natural Occurrences of The Most Difficult We Find

here’s a list of the natural occurrences that the most difficult to find by us. All of the occurrences are associated with nature. Nature most commonly refers to “natural environment”, including geology, forest, oceans, beaches, atmosphere, life and in general geographic areas that have not been substantially altered by humans. Do you ever been seen this phenomenon? Let’s check it out of the natural occurrences below

1. Green ray

Green Ray

Green ray is also known as the Green Flash. This phenomenon appears very briefly before the sun was completely absorbed and after sunrise. This phenomenon appears as a flash/green light above the sun which took place very quickly, usually only a few moments. This occurs because the refraction of light in the atmosphere. It can be observed from any altitude or even from any aircraft.

2.Katabatic Winds

Katabatic Winds

Katabactic winds is a dense wind that brings air from a higher place to lower place due to gravity. Locally, katabatic winds also known as Santa Ana (southern California), mistral (Mediterranean), Bora (Adriatic sea) Oroshi (Japan), Pitaraq (Greenland), and wailliwaw (Tierra del Fuego). The williwaw and wind moving in the Antarctic is usually harmless, blowing with a speed of 100 knots.

3. Sun Pillars

Sun Pillars

Sun pillar is a visual phenomenon created by the reflection of light from ice crystals. The sun Pillars/columns of the sun occurs when the sun is sinking ice clouds at high reflecting the different layers. This produces a towering pillar of light up into the sky. It is very likely also to witness the moon pillar or pillars of the month.

4. Mammatus Clouds

Mammatus Clouds

Mammatus clouds are also known as mammatocumulus. it is a meteorogical term applied to a cellular pattern of pouches hanging underneath the base of a cloud. This strange cloud forms are often associated with storms, and can not fully understand how these clouds are formed.

5. Aurora Borealis

Aurora Borealis

In the southern parts of the world also known as the Aurora Australia. Aurora Borealis is electrically charged particles from the sun which has reached the top of the earth’s atmosphere and become very active. Aurora usually often seen in areas near the poles and at a time when day and night equal in length. They typically occur in the ionosphere. They are also referred to as polar auroras.

6.Noctilucent Clouds

Noctilucent Cloud

Noctilucent cloud is very high in the atmosphere which refract light at dusk when the sun had sunk, illuminating/light source illuminating the sky with the invisible.They are made of crystals of water ice. It can from only under very restrictive conditions; their occurance can be used as a sensitive guide to changes in the upper atmosphere.

7.Pyrocumulus Clouds

Pyrocumulus Clouds

Pyrocumulus clouds is another phenomenon associated with the heat that is formed because of the widespread and intense heat from a region that forms a cloud comulus. Volcanoes, forest fires, and nuclear explosions (in the form mushrom Clouds) is the main cause of pyrocumulus Clouds.

8. Belt of Venus

Belt of Venus

Belt of Venus is a phenomenon that emerged during the dusty twilight when a group of reddish and brownish sky appeared between the sky and horizon. The glow is separated from the horizon by a dark layer, the shadow of earth. A very similar effect can be seen during a total solar eclipse.

9. Mirages

Mirage in Antarctica

The mirage occurs when light biased and produces images of an object or the sky but it was not there. This phenomenon usually occurs on hot surfaces such as asphalt roads or desert sand. A mirage is a naturally accuring optical phenomenon in which light rays are bent to produce a displaced image of distant objects or the sky.

10. Moonbows


A rainbow occurs because the sun was shining on the dew droplets, usually occurs in the atmosphere after the rain. The moonbow less common, only visible at night when the moon is on the low point during the full moon nearly full moon. One popular place to look is at the waterfall Moonbow Cumberland in Kentucky USA. They are always in the opposite part of the sky from the moon.

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