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Cloud-talk decoded: Physics and lasers read honeycomb cloud pattern

A thin, patchy cloud cover with clusters that seem to continuously form, dissipate and reemerge might not be just flowing at random. When these cloud fields appear over the ocean at least, their cycles and patterns are in fact quite regular, and new research explains how precipitation keeps an accumulation of these clouds knit closely together...

August 12, 2010 — Katherine Harmon
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