The Earth Science Picture of the Day is featuring this spectacular photo of a double rainbow at the end of a stormy day. It was taken last April by Manolis Shamanos at sunset, in the island of Samos, Greece. It really looks like some kind of supernatural phenomenon. LeVar Burton explains how they form:
Rainbows are caused when sunlight is refracted and broken into its constituent colors by raindrops, creating these dramatic semicircular bands of light. But what conditions are needed to create double, triple, and even the elusive quadruple rainbows?
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