Amazing sun dogs appear in the sky of Georgia – With Planet X?

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These amazing sun dogs appeared in the sky of Georgia on November 24, 2015.

And did you observe the fourth sun in the second and third images? Could this be Planet X?

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Did you also observe these sundogs in the sky of Georgia on November 24 2015? Photo: Larry Martin

Sun dogs also known as parhelia in scientific jargon consist of a pair of bright spots on either side on the Sun… The three suns phenomenon.

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And what is this fourth sun appearing behind the sun? Planet X? Photo: Larry Martin

As in the following pictures, it is often accompanied by a luminous ring known as a 22° halo.

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Or more probably a lense flare… Photo: Larry Martin

This rare atmospheric phenomenon occurs when light interacts with ice crystals in the atmosphere and are best seen when the Sun is close to the horizon.

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In this phantom dog also known as parhelia you clearly see three suns and the luminous ring known as a 22° halo. Awesome. Photo: Larry Martin

So what is actually the fourth sun captured in these awesome parhelia pictures? Planet X or a lense flare? You decide…

In any cases, sun dogs are just so beautiful. Thank you nature.

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