Rabu, 14 Juli 2010

Explanation About The Morning Glory Cloud

The Morning Glory is a long-form clouds that often occur in northern Australian precisely in the Gulf of Carpentaria. Morning Glory is a very rare natural phenomenon occurs, because the morning glory is long Roll clouds can reach 620 miles (1000 km) and height of the cloud when seen from the surface can reach 1-2 km. These clouds can also be referred to as the Solitary or Soliton Wave, which is a fast-moving solo wave without affecting or changing its shape. The movement of this cloud reached speeds of up to 37mph (60km / h). In front of the Morning Glory cloud, there is strong vertical motion, which caused air transport through the clouds that make the front appear to roll. While the air in the middle and behind will be turbelen and sinks.

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