Time-lapse video: In a moonlit night of Canadian Rocky Mountains stars moves above Takakkaw Falls in the World Heritage area of Yoho National Park, British Columbia. The falls is 384 meters from the top to the base. Near the end of the video note how a colorful arc of moonbow forms near the falls base. Moonbow is a rainbow produced by the moonlight rather than the sunlight. It is relatively faint, due to the less amount of light from the Moon.



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  • Mark Lee Reply

    That is beautiful…so glad you posted this…only once have I seen a Moonbow..and that was back in 1988!!

    Thank You.. :0)

    June 21, 2011 at 7:59 pm

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