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|Duration: 31 secs|
Size: 1920 x 1080
Acquisition: Panasonic HVX-200, DVCPROHD 1080i
Lens: Leica 4.2-55 mm f/2.0
Frame rate: time lapse
Clearance: No releases required
License: Royalty Free
Usage: Creative and Editorial
Point of view: Sky only
Ambiance: Gray and blue
Time shot: Afternoon
Season shot: Summer
Motion: Locked on tripod
Still images available: Y
Stratocumulus, Asperitas, Chaotic, gravity wave, Wave motion, Clouds, Mostly cloudy, Turbulence
Asset ID: 4391
|Title: Frontal Inversion Surface|
Concept: Stratocumulus marking the surface of a shallow cold front oscillate from gravity waves
Detail: The Cloud Appreciation Society successfully petitioned the World Meteorological Society to recognize a new variety of stratiform clouds - asperitas (aka asperatus). Meaning "roughened", the clouds resemble the surface of sea, and indeed mark the propagation of internal gravity waves within the inversion in which the cloud occurs. Video Credit: WeatherVideoHD.TV
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