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“The society has already scored one skybreaking success - the discovery of the first new form of cloud in half a century, dubbed "asperatus" after the Latin for "making rough", because it is supposed to look like a sea surface on a stormy day.”
“VIEW FAVORITES yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'Armageddon with scattered undulatus asperatus By Mike Olson'; yahooBuzzArticleSummary = 'In hill country from Iowa to the Scottish Highlands, sky-gazers have reported some strange, ominous-looking clouds of late.”
“If it makes the cut, asperatus will be the first new addition in more than 50 years. ”
“If it makes the cut, asperatus will be the first new addition in more than 50 years.”
“Armageddon with scattered undulatus asperatus By Mike Olson”
“Dubbed undulatus asperatus (turbulent undulation), the atmospheric anomaly could be headed where only 80-odd clouds have gone before: into the International Cloud Atlas.”
“The Royal Meteorological Society is now gathering detailed information for the days and locations where the asperatus clouds have been seen in an attempt to understand exactly what is causing them.”
“He proposes they be called altocumulus undulatus asperatus.”
“Among the worldwide locations where asperatus clouds have been spotted are above the flat plains of Iowa and Australia and also over the arctic sea just off the coast of Greenland.”
“OpEdNews - Quicklink: Armageddon with scattered undulatus asperatus By Mike Olson”
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We owe our current names for clouds to Luke Howard. Wikipedia tells us that "Howard was not the first to attempt a classification of clouds—Jean-Baptiste Lamarck (1744–1829) had earlier proposed a ...
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