Moon’s ice cloud halo encircles Jupiter

Posted On 02 Feb 2015 at 10:49 pm

(null)A stunning sight has risen in the skies above Brighton and Hove this evening – a ring around the moon within which Jupiter can be seen.

The beautiful scene was captured by photographer Guy Hollingworth.

The halo around the moon is caused by light refracting through ice crystals in high, thin cirrus clouds.

Jupiter is almost at the closest point to the earth in its orbit, which it will reach on Friday, February 6.

  1. feline1 Reply

    “That’s no moon…”

  2. Xander2323 Reply

    “I’ve got a bad feeling about this…”

  3. tracey Reply

    Amazed you could see anything with those filthy chemtrails. The ‘Halo’ as you call it, also known as a ‘Moon Dog’, is the result of the Stratospheric Geo-engineering program and Solar Radiation Management. In other words, were it not for the toxic chemicals being sprayed on the World’s population on a daily basis, there would be no ‘Halo’.

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