Asperatus Clouds Over New Zealand by apod.nasa.gov.  Image Credit & Copyright: Witta Priester: Stunning, unusual and relatively unstudied, these do not appear to presage meteorological doom and may be related to lenticular clouds that form near mountains from a downward win. Thanks to Witta Priester for permission to share this amazing image!   http://www.flickr.com/photos/wittap/4406137868/  #Photograph #Clouds #Asperatus_Clouds #Witta_Priester

Asperatus Clouds Over New Zealand by apod.nasa.gov. Image Credit & Copyright: Witta Priester: Stunning, unusual and relatively unstudied, these do not appear to presage meteorological doom and may be related to lenticular clouds that form near mountains from a downward win. Thanks to Witta Priester for permission to share this amazing image! http://www.flickr.com/photos/wittap/4406137868/ #Photograph #Clouds #Asperatus_Clouds #Witta_Priester

The sky of Alabama was full of wavy undulatus asperatus clouds as a mixture of sleet, snow and rain moved into the region on March 3 2016.

The sky of Alabama was full of wavy undulatus asperatus clouds as a mixture of sleet, snow and rain moved into the region on March 3 2016.

Photo : De menaçants nuages appelés undulatus asperatus                                                                                                                                                                                 Plus

De menaçants nuages appelés undulatus asperatus

Photo : De menaçants nuages appelés undulatus asperatus Plus

Another example of Undulatus Asperatus (with a "fallstreak hole"). Looks like it was Photoshopped but the site seems to validate it's real. Vewy, vewy stwange.

Another example of Undulatus Asperatus (with a "fallstreak hole"). Looks like it was Photoshopped but the site seems to validate it's real. Vewy, vewy stwange.

Most recently, the CAS is trying to get a new sub-species of cloud recognized, namely the undulatus asperatus (or "agitated wave").    Spotted over numerous places like the Great Plains, France, Norway, Scotland and the UK, this darkly dynamic cloud is now the subject of focused academic research, where the findings will be used to support its recognition as a new kind of cloud.

A New Kind of Cloud? Say Hello to the Undulatus Asperatus

Most recently, the CAS is trying to get a new sub-species of cloud recognized, namely the undulatus asperatus (or "agitated wave"). Spotted over numerous places like the Great Plains, France, Norway, Scotland and the UK, this darkly dynamic cloud is now the subject of focused academic research, where the findings will be used to support its recognition as a new kind of cloud.

A stunning time-lapse video captured by Alex Schueth shows an undulatus asperatus cloud formation rolling like waves over Lincoln, Nebraska. Undulatus asperatus is not yet officially recognized as ...

Stunning Time-Lapse Footage Shows Undulatus Asperatus Clouds Rolling Like Waves Over Lincoln, Nebraska

A stunning time-lapse video captured by Alex Schueth shows an undulatus asperatus cloud formation rolling like waves over Lincoln, Nebraska. Undulatus asperatus is not yet officially recognized as ...

Clouds called undulatus asperatus

60 insane cloud formations from around the world [PICs]

Undulatus-asperatus-02

新種 アスペラトゥス波状雲(Undulatus asperatus) の荘厳で異常な世界 15選

Pretor-Pinney came upon several instances of what he would call undulatus asperatus ("turbulent undulation"): a menacing, roiling cloud that he believed was unlike any known variety.

Chasing Clouds: How an Enthusiast Discovered the First New Cloud in 60 Years

Pretor-Pinney came upon several instances of what he would call undulatus asperatus ("turbulent undulation"): a menacing, roiling cloud that he believed was unlike any known variety.

Pinterest
Search