Giant Double Rainbow Explained
For those who have never seen a double rainbow in real-life, you’re in luck. The secondary rainbows are basically “caused by a double reflection of sunlight inside the raindrops, and appear at an angle of 50-degrees to 53-degrees.” Continue reading for the videos.
When Paul Vasquez reacted to a giant double rainbow outside his California home, he asked: “What does it mean?” We have an answer. Discovery News’ James Williams and Ian O’Neill explain.
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