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Ice crystal sky
Two brilliant sundogs, a halo and a colorful circumzenithal arc (top) light up the sky around the sun Friday from Aurora, Minn. The phenonomena are caused by billions of pencil and plate-shaped, six-sided ice crystals suspended in the bitter cold air that refract light like miniature prisms. (Bob King / email@example.com)