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A photometeor is a bright object or phenomenon appearing in Earth's atmosphere when sunlight or moonlight creates a reflection, refraction, diffraction or interference under particular circumstances. The most frequent are halos, rainbows, iridiscences, glories, Bishop's rings, mirages, scintillations, green flashes, etc.

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