Jupiter famous for its Great Red Spot, is also known for its regular, equatorial cloud bands, visible through even modest sized telescopes.
An amazing, rare photograph of high-altitude noctilucent or “night shining” clouds, from the International Space Station.
A new radio map of Jupiter, reveals what’s beneath the clouds on the giant planet.
A huge formation of mammatus clouds observed over Tobyhanna, Pennsylvania, during the afternoon of March 17, 2016. Image credit Tom Wildoner
This breathtaking Earth composite image from the International Space Station captures morning sun glint and low clouds over the central Pacific Ocean.
Earlier this month, two unusual type of cloud appeared in the sky, high above Hong Kong, China. Image credit Alfred Lee
A heart-shaped Lenticular cloud for Valentine’s Day, appeared one morning last July above Mount Cook National Park in New Zealand. Image credit Michael Kunze
A breathtaking orange cloud formation, appeared over the island of Madeira, was named “Hand of God.”
Watch a stunning time lapse of undulatus asperatus clouds in Augusta, Georgia…
Images about these peculiar clouds over Cape Town, South Africa, looking like alien invasion, posted in social media.