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By Howard 6C. What is Natural Phenomenon?. Natural Phenomenon is a phenomenon that happens naturally and rarely. It also can have an effect to the people. It happens by gravity, light, other planets and natural things. What is Sundog?.

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By howard 6c

By Howard 6C


What is natural phenomenon

What is Natural Phenomenon?

Natural Phenomenon is a phenomenon that happens naturally and rarely. It also can have an effect to the people. It happens by gravity, light, other planets and natural things.


What is sundog

What is Sundog?

Sundog is a natural phenomenon that looks like a Sun Halo and the rainbows form a circle. It is rarely to be seen and forms in the right time.


How does sun dogs happen

How does Sun Dogs Happen?

The process of Sun Dogs is that the the sunlights refraction and the ice crystal in clouds combined and create a rounded Rainbow.


How is it connected to solar system

How is it connected to Solar System

The Connection between Sun Dog and the Solar System is the Sun because the sunlight's refraction creates the rainbow and it's combined with the ice crystals from the clouds.


Impacts of sun dogs

Impacts of Sun Dogs

Beliefs and Values: There is a universal religious symbol of the cross and circle.

Human Lives: When people see closer of the sun dog and too long, it can caused them by not seeing anything again.


Why is it called sun dog

Why is it called Sun Dog

It is called sun dog because they follow the sun like a dog follows its master. The light always follow what the sun do.


More facts about sun dog

More Facts about Sun Dog

  • Sun Dogs sometimes happen in a cold area which means in the Southern Hemisphere and Northeren Hemisphere

  • It happens in the sunset and sunrise

  • The shape of atmospheric ice crystals determine the shape of the sun dog.

  • Sun dogs mostly appear when the sun is "near" the earth, or below a 61 degree angle relative to the horizon. 


My friend s question

My Friend's Question

Darren:

Is Sundog Danger?

Yes, sundog is danger when people look closely to it because it can make people's eyes blind.

Where do we see Sundog?

People see sundog up in the sky


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Jessica:

Why does Sun Dog has ring?

It is actually not a ring but it looks like it has a ring because the sunlight's refraction creates sunlight and also the ice crystals in the cloud collide with the sunlight so it will become rounded.

When will we see Sundog?

We can see sundog anytime but when it is really forming.


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Matthew:

Why it is called SunDog?

It is called Sundog because they follow the sun like the dog follow it's master.

Why is it connected to light?

It is connected to light because to create a rainbow, it needs to sunlight refraction from the sun so to create a sundog, it need's sunlight.


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Bibliography

Bibliography

http://sundogsusa.org/?page=Sundogs-A-Natural-Phenomenon

http://syzygyastro.hubpages.com/hub/All-You-Want-to-Know-About-Sun-Dogs

http://listverse.com/2013/04/28/10-ridiculously-cool-natural-phenomenon/

http://www.xweather.org/sun-dog

http://www.planetpals.com/weather_phenomena.html

http://www.athropolis.com/arctic-facts/fact-halo.htm

http://www.helium.com/items/1139682-all-you-want-to-know-about-sun-dogs

http://www.livescience.com/26402-sundogs.html


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