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Noctilucent clouds (popularly referred to by the abbreviation "NLC") are high atmosphere cloud formations thought to be composed of small ice-coated particles, but their precise nature remains a mystery. They form at very high altitudes, around 82 km above sea level, and are thus a quite separate phenomenon from normal weather or tropospheric clouds.

NLC display July 13-14 2008 NLC display July 13-14 2008, Utrecht.
NLC display July 4 2008 NLC display July 4 2008, Utrecht.
NLC display July 2 2008 NLC display July 2 2008, Utrecht.
NLC display June 15-16 2008 NLC display June 15-16 2008, Utrecht.
NLC display July 1-2 2006 NLC display July 1-2 2006, Soest.
NLC display June 21-22 2006 NLC display June 21-22 2006, Soest.
NLC display June 22-23 2005 NLC display June 22-23 2005, Soest.
NLC display June 14-15 2005 NLC display June 14-15 2005, Soest.
NLC display July 1 1999 NLC display July 1 1999, Wageningen.
NLC display June 20-21 1999 NLC display June 20-21 1999, Wageningen.




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