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Bizarre Asperatus Clouds
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Bizarre Asperatus Clouds
In 2009 the Asperatus was suggested as the newest type of cloud formation. If approved, it would be the only new cloud to be formally recognized since the "cirrus intortus" in 1951.


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Posted by nova on September 19, 2010
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