B. Meinel and Marjorie P. Meinel
Two often dramatic phenomena are occasionally seen at sunset: the Chinese-lantern sun and the green flash. What makes these phenomena of special interest is that they are not regularly seen; thus their explanation must involve some special sets of atmospheric conditions that render them visible.
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