Asperitas (formerly known as Undulatus asperatus) is a cloud formation, proposed in 2009 as a separate cloud classification by the founder of the Cloud Appreciation Society.

Funny pictures about Awesome Asperatus cloud at sunset in New Zealand. Oh, and cool pics about Awesome Asperatus cloud at sunset in New Zealand. Also, Awesome Asperatus cloud at sunset in New Zealand photos.

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MAMMATUS clouds are most often associated with the anvil cloud & severe thunderstorms. They often extend from the base of a cumulonimbus but may also be found under altocumulus, altostratus, stratocumulus, & cirrus clouds as well as volcanic ash clouds^

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A rare cloud formation called a mammatus, where clouds take on a bubble-like shape, appeared in the skies above Regina, Saskatchewan in Canada.

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“Realization is not about you, the wave, realizing it is ocean. The ocean realizes itself in you and reveals itself to have never been just a wave.

30 phénomènes naturels incroyables que l'on peut apprécier sur notre planète

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Rainbow Eucalyptus Tree - Patches of outer bark are shed annually at different times, showing a bright green inner bark. This then darkens and matures to give blue, purple, orange and then maroon tones.

Noctilucent Clouds, rare to see...

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Cloud spiral in the sky. An Iridescent (Rainbow) Cloud in Himalaya. The phenomenon was observed early am 18 Oct 2009 Cloud spiral in the sky. An Iridescent (Rainbow) Cloud in Himalaya. The phenomenon was observed early am 18 Oct 2009

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In this remarkable timelapse by Alex Schueth, we see Undulatus asperatus clouds rolling through Lincoln, Nebraska on July The clouds look like rolling ocean waves in the sky and the…

these clouds are so rare they don't  even have an official classification. “undulatus asperatus” is its proposed designation, and if accepted as a new form by meteorologists, it’ll be the first such addition since 1951. as of now, it’s just another example of new zealand having the coolest freakin’ landscapes on the planet.

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Funny pictures about Awesome Asperatus cloud at sunset in New Zealand. Oh, and cool pics about Awesome Asperatus cloud at sunset in New Zealand. Also, Awesome Asperatus cloud at sunset in New Zealand photos.

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Cool Newly Classified Cloud Formation: Undulatus Asperatus, a cloud formation, proposed in 2009 as a separate cloud classification by the founder of the Cloud Appreciation Society.

Every cloud: The Cloud Appreciation Society is lobbying for the undulatus asperatus or agitated wave, seen just above the horizon in this picture, to be added to the International Cloud Atlas

Bit of a grey area: Undulatus asperatus could be the first new cloud to be officially recognised for 61 years

Will this be the first new cloud type to recognised for 60 years? The Cloud Appreciation Society is lobbying for the undulatus asperatus or agitated wave, seen just above the horizon in this picture, to be added to the International Cloud Atlas

Undulatus asperatus (or alternately, asperatus) is a cloud formation, proposed in 2009 as a separate cloud classification by the founder of the Cloud Appreciation Society. If successful it will be the first cloud formation added since cirrus intortus in 1951 to the International Cloud Atlas of the World Meteorological Organization. The name translates approximately as roughened or agitated waves   The clouds are most closely related to undulatus clouds.[3] Although they appear dark and…

Undulatus asperatus (or alternately, asperatus) is a cloud formation, proposed in 2009 as a separate cloud classification by the founder of the Cloud Appreciation Society. If successful it will be the first cloud formation added since cirrus intor.

Unique 'Undulatus Asperatus' Clouds (or alternately, asperatus) is a rare, newly recognized cloud formation, that was proposed in 2009 as the first cloud formation added since cirrus intortus in 1951 to the International Cloud Atlas of the World Meteorological Organization. The name translates approximately as roughened or agitated waves.

Unique 'Undulatus Asperatus' Clouds (or alternately, asperatus) is a rare, newly recognized cloud formation, that was proposed in 2009 as the first cloud formation added since cirrus intortus in 1951 to the International Cloud Atlas of the World Meteorological Organization. The name translates approximately as roughened or agitated waves.

Undulatus Asperatus Clouds are somewhat rare to see. These are a newly recognized cloud formation that was proposed in 2009 to the International Cloud Atlas of the World Meteorological Organization. Undulatus Asperatus is Latin that translates to roughened or agitated waves. The ominous storm-like clouds are common in the Plains states and are often seen during the morning or midday hours just after thunderstorm activity.

Nicknamed the Jacques Cousteau clouds, undulatus asperatus is a cloud formation proposed two years ago as a separate cloud classification by Pretor-Pinney, British cloud enthusiast and founder of the Cloud Appreciation Society.

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