Hello, All! I am headed to Glacier National Park, and you can bet I’ll be looking for moonbows! Never even heard of them before! Thanks, HuffPo! –tr
>>According to The Guardian, lunar rainbows or ‘moonbows’ are created by the light of the moon, making them best viewed during a full moon. They form on the part of the sky opposite from the moon, and are often faint compared to other rainbows.You can catch an amazing glimpse of these lunar rainbows below, in the video compiled by Yosemite officials.It’s stunning.