Three-sun phenomenon appears in sky over Mongolia (video)

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Three suns phenomenon appear in the sky over Mongolia on December 4, 2020. Picture via Youtube video

Watch these amazing sun dogs! They look similar to three suns interlinked by a huge halo.

This stunning atmospheric phenomenon formed in the sky above Xilingol Prairie on Friday, December 4, 2020.

Such parhelion appear when sunlight is refracted by ice crystals in the atmosphere.

Mock sun typically appears as a pair of glowing balls of light at the same altitude as the sun, creating an illusion of three suns interlinked by a huge halo.

More amazing sky phenomena on CGTN, Strange Sounds and Steve Quayle.

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  1. It’s one sun in the middle with two side reflections ON THE ICE DOME above the flat earth. It’s provable by an experiment. See Terry R Eicher videos.

  2. One is Planet X one is our Sun and the other one is another planet x So we have double planet X now? Strange as possible.

  3. Sun dogs are commonplace out here. First time I saw one, I figured it was light reflecting off water molecules. Was seeing the spectrum of colors like on a rainbow, but very subtle.

    Usually this time of year we see more con trails and chem trails too. Haven’t seen much activity yet. Hope they stop doing it completely.

    • Skywatchers on youtube used to have videos of sun dogs. I sent him some pix (a few years back). Never heard back, but he was quite busy. It was back when people were hyping Nubira, Planet X, and other fear porn.

      Back in the 60s, there was a movie called, When Worlds Collide, a fun old sci-fi movie. Worth a watch for some laughs. Love old 40’s-60s cult sci-fi movies.

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