glowing cloud

glowing cloud

[¦glō·iŋ ′klau̇d]
(geology)
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Once teams descend to the bottom however, the initial ominous layer trickles into a glowing cloud of hydrogen sulphide that displays an eerie, yet alluring landscape.
Observations tracking carbon monoxide molecules in the glowing cloud Herbig-Haro 46/47 (left), which sits about 1,400 light-years away in the southern constellation Vela, show that the molecules flow through the cloud about five times faster than earlier measurements indicated.
Ghost Ship In the green glowing cloud that formed in front of them was the black silhouette of what was obviously a Viking long ship, and it came gliding along through the air as crackling bolts of electricity came off it.
Because it was hidden, says Heap - by a glowing cloud of gases called a nebula.
An old lady who lived on Smithdown Road was said to have been chased by a green glowing cloud on Penny Lane around the time of the haunting and she collapsed near St Barnabas church.
The evidence is a glowing cloud of gas, roughly the size of our solar system, surrounding a star that has clearly been a white dwarf for a long time because it also sits at the center of a much wider, fainter, older gas shell.
A PHOTOGRAPHER captured a rare phenomenon - glowing clouds and a dancing Northern Lights aurora moving across the night sky.
The thin wispy glowing clouds, known as 'night shining', or noctilucent clouds (NLCs), have been seen from Earth and photographed by astronauts aboard the International Space Station.