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  • 12 May, 2020

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Bright nights

Bright nights

  • It is a phenomenon in which the night sky is bright enough to read a book even in the absence of moon light.
  • A new theory says it is due to slow moving, high altitude atmospheric waves merging together and amplifying the light from the naturally occurring airglow.
  • The theory says that, for every seven nights out of 100 there is a bright night somewhere on the earth.

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