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Daily Question # 450 January 17, 2010

Posted by Chandrakant in Uncategorized.
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Id  the  phenomenon.

Morning  Glory  Clouds , commonly  seen  in  Northern  Australia .

Cracked  by  Freestyler , Siddharth  Jain , Rajith  Ravi , Vinayak007 , Dr  Vijaynath  V , Arun  and  Rithwik .

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1. Freestyler - January 17, 2010

Morning Glory clouds

2. Siddharth Jain - January 18, 2010

Morning glory cloud

3. Kaushik Saha - January 18, 2010

Sonic Boom

4. rajith ravi - January 18, 2010

Morning glory cloud formations a rare meteorological phenomenon observed in Northern Australia’s Gulf of Carpentaria.

5. quintilisambrosia - January 18, 2010

Contrail.

6. Anand - January 18, 2010

Cloud Street Formations

7. Manu Sathian - January 18, 2010

Soliton

8. balakrishnan - January 18, 2010

roll clouds?

9. vinayak007 - January 18, 2010

Morning Glory

10. DR.VIJAYNATH.V - January 19, 2010

morning glory cloud formation seen in australia

11. arun - January 19, 2010

Roll clouds.

12. Rithwik - January 19, 2010

Morning glory cloud


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