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Meteorology Collection

Meteorology is the captivating study of Earth's ever-changing atmosphere, unraveling its mysteries and unveiling breathtaking phenomena

Background imageMeteorology Collection: Dalkey Island With Rainbow, Dublin, Ireland

Dalkey Island With Rainbow, Dublin, Ireland

Background imageMeteorology Collection: Paraselena. McMurdo Sound, 10. 30am, 20 June 1911

Paraselena. McMurdo Sound, 10. 30am, 20 June 1911
Medium: watercolour. Artist: E.A.Wilson (1872-1912). Expedition: British Antarctic Expedition 1910-13 (Terra Nova). Paraselene

Background imageMeteorology Collection: Paraselena 15 January 1911. 9. 30pm Cape Evans McMurdo Sound

Paraselena 15 January 1911. 9. 30pm Cape Evans McMurdo Sound
Medium: watercolour. Artist: E.A.Wilson (1872-1912). Expedition: British Antarctic Expedition 1910-13 (Terra Nova). Paraselene

Background imageMeteorology Collection: Galapagos Admiralty map by Fitzroy Beagle

Galapagos Admiralty map by Fitzroy Beagle
Admiralty map of Galapagos 1845 resulting from Captain Robert Fitzroys Beagle charts, overlain with a portion of a letter written by Fitzroy. Robert Fitzroy (b. 5 July 1805- d)

Background imageMeteorology Collection: Whole Earth (Blue Marble 2000)

Whole Earth (Blue Marble 2000)
Whole Earth. Composite satellite image of Earth centred on the Americas. This is Blue Marble 2000, one of the most detailed Earth images ever made

Background imageMeteorology Collection: Krakatoa sunsets, 1883 artworks

Krakatoa sunsets, 1883 artworks
Krakatoa sunsets. Artwork of the spectacular red and orange sunsets caused in London, England, by the August 1883 eruption of Krakatoa, a volcano thousands of kilometres away in Indonesia

Background imageMeteorology Collection: Aurora borealis (Northern Lights) seen over the Lyngen Alps, from Sjursnes, Ullsfjord, Troms

Aurora borealis (Northern Lights) seen over the Lyngen Alps, from Sjursnes, Ullsfjord, Troms, North Norway, Scandinavia, Europe

Background imageMeteorology Collection: Frost-covered trees and Glastonbury Tor

Frost-covered trees and Glastonbury Tor. Hoar frost covering three willow (Salix sp.) trees in a field on a farm. St Michaels Tower can be seen on the summit of Glastonbury Tor in the background

Background imageMeteorology Collection: Snow-covered United Kingdom, January 2010

Snow-covered United Kingdom, January 2010. Satellite image of snow and ice (white) covering the UK during the cold spell in January 2010

Background imageMeteorology Collection: Porthmeor Beach, St. Ives, Cornwall, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Porthmeor Beach, St. Ives, Cornwall, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageMeteorology Collection: UFO crash at Roswell, New Mexico

UFO crash at Roswell, New Mexico
Irving Newton, Met. Officer at Roswell USAFB, New Mexico, holds debris of a supposed flying saucer found by rancher Mac Brazel, stated by the US Air Force to be a weather balloon

Background imageMeteorology Collection: Suns rays breaking through clouds

Suns rays breaking through clouds
Rays of the Sun breaking through clouds. The rays become visible when they emerge through gaps in cloud cover and scatter from dust particles or fine rain drops

Background imageMeteorology Collection: Ogmore Castle, Bridgend, Wales, U. K

Ogmore Castle, Bridgend, Wales, U. K
Ogmore Castle, Bridgend, Wales, U.K

Background imageMeteorology Collection: Double rainbow over a lake

Double rainbow over a lake surrounded by trees

Background imageMeteorology Collection: Meteor shower over the Mississippi River, 1833

Meteor shower over the Mississippi River, 1833
Remarkable meteor shower over the Mississippi River, 1833. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageMeteorology Collection: Handley Page Halifax Met. 6

Handley Page Halifax Met. 6
Handley Page Halifax Met.6 (RG778 XB-B) of 224 Squadron flying over Gibraltar, February 1950

Background imageMeteorology Collection: Cloud filled blue sky

Cloud filled blue sky

Background imageMeteorology Collection: KENTUCKY. USA. Fog at sunrise, Red River Gorge. Daniel Boone National Forest

KENTUCKY. USA. Fog at sunrise, Red River Gorge. Daniel Boone National Forest

Background imageMeteorology Collection: Logging truck in Mississippi driving into the heart of a thunderstorm with an extreme tornado watch

Logging truck in Mississippi driving into the heart of a thunderstorm with an extreme tornado watch, United States of America, North America

Background imageMeteorology Collection: Supercell thunderstorm, Kansas, USA C017 / 8422

Supercell thunderstorm, Kansas, USA C017 / 8422
Supercell thunderstorm forming over Sanford, Kansas, USA, at twilight. A supercell thunderstorm is a severe long-lived storm within which the wind speed and direction changes with height

Background imageMeteorology Collection: Flood barrier, Netherlands

Flood barrier, Netherlands
Flood barrier in Zeeland, Netherlands. This is part of the Deltaworks, which consists of dams, sluices, locks, dikes, and storm surge barriers

Background imageMeteorology Collection: Australia, satellite image

Australia, satellite image
Australia. Satellite image of the Earth, set against a background of stars, centred on the island continent of Australia. North is at top. Clouds (white) are seen in the atmosphere

Background imageMeteorology Collection: Aurora borealis and Moon

Aurora borealis and Moon over mountains and trees by a river. This coloured light display (the northern lights) is visible in the night sky at high latitudes

Background imageMeteorology Collection: A Snow plough clearing a road

A Snow plough clearing a road
Snow plough clearing and gritting a road at the Cairnwell Pass in Scotland

Background imageMeteorology Collection: Tornadic supercell thunderstorm, USA

Tornadic supercell thunderstorm, USA
Tornadic supercell thunderstorm over fields. A supercell thunderstorm is a severe long-lived storm within which the wind speed and direction changes with height

Background imageMeteorology Collection: Ezekiels vision of chariot in sky and a hand in the clouds holding out a book to him, c

Ezekiels vision of chariot in sky and a hand in the clouds holding out a book to him, c.614 BC. Bible: Ezekiel II:9. One modern explanation is that Ezekiel, on of the four great Hebrew prophets

Background imageMeteorology Collection: Raining cats and dogs

Raining cats and dogs. Historical artwork of cats, dogs and pitchforks raining down on people in a town street. The saying raining cats and dogs is used when referring to a heavy downpour of rain

Background imageMeteorology Collection: Alexander Friedman, Soviet cosmologist

Alexander Friedman, Soviet cosmologist
Alexander Alexandrovich Friedman (1888-1925), Russian and Soviet cosmologist and mathematician. Friedman, who lived and worked in Leningrad, is considered the founder of modern cosmology

Background imageMeteorology Collection: Coloured satellite image of Hurricane Hugo

Coloured satellite image of Hurricane Hugo

Background imageMeteorology Collection: Oak tree in mist

Oak tree in mist
Oak tree (Quercus sp.) in mist. Photographed near the River Taw in Dartmoor, UK

Background imageMeteorology Collection: Aurora borealis, corona, Muonio, Finland, Scandinavia, Europe

Aurora borealis, corona, Muonio, Finland, Scandinavia, Europe

Background imageMeteorology Collection: Household thermometer

Household thermometer, with both Celsius and Fahrenheit scales. The reading of 21 degrees Celsius (70 degrees Fahrenheit) is normal room temperature

Background imageMeteorology Collection: Hurricane Mitch

Hurricane Mitch. Coloured three-dimensional computer image, based on satellite data, of Hurricane Mitch (white cloud swirl, upper right). Mountainous areas of Central America (green) are brown

Background imageMeteorology Collection: Snowflake research, 18th century

Snowflake research, 18th century

Background imageMeteorology Collection: Icebergs in glacial lagoon at Jokulsarlon, Iceland, Polar Regions

Icebergs in glacial lagoon at Jokulsarlon, Iceland, Polar Regions

Background imageMeteorology Collection: View over Reykjavik from Hallgrimskirkja Church, Reykjavik, Iceland, Polar Regions

View over Reykjavik from Hallgrimskirkja Church, Reykjavik, Iceland, Polar Regions

Background imageMeteorology Collection: Hurricane Epsilon, ISS image

Hurricane Epsilon, ISS image
Hurricane Epsilon. International Space Station (ISS) image of hurricane Epsilon over the central Atlantic Ocean on 3rd December 2005

Background imageMeteorology Collection: Aurora borealis (Northern Lights), Abisko, Lapland, Arctic Circle, Sweden, Scandinavia

Aurora borealis (Northern Lights), Abisko, Lapland, Arctic Circle, Sweden, Scandinavia, Europe

Background imageMeteorology Collection: Aurora borealis (Northern Lights) seen over a snow covered road, Troms, North Norway, Scandinavia

Aurora borealis (Northern Lights) seen over a snow covered road, Troms, North Norway, Scandinavia, Europe

Background imageMeteorology Collection: Lightning

Lightning. Computer artwork of a lightning strike over water. Lightning occurs when a large electrical charge builds up in a cloud

Background imageMeteorology Collection: Lightning in New Mexico, USA

Lightning in New Mexico, USA
Lightning. Night-time view of multiple bolts of lightning striking the ground. Lightning occurs when a large, electrical charge builds up in a cloud

Background imageMeteorology Collection: Icebergs in glacial lagoon at Jokulsarlon, Iceland, Polar Regions

Icebergs in glacial lagoon at Jokulsarlon, Iceland, Polar Regions

Background imageMeteorology Collection: Wind sock, aerodrome, Belle Ile en Mer, Breton Islands, Morbihan, France, Europe

Wind sock, aerodrome, Belle Ile en Mer, Breton Islands, Morbihan, France, Europe

Background imageMeteorology Collection: France-Agriculture-Wine-Weather

France-Agriculture-Wine-Weather
This picture taken on April 21, 2017, shows water being sprayed on a Chablis vineyard to protect it against freeze in Chablis near Auxerre, northern France

Background imageMeteorology Collection: Black rocks protruding through rough seas with stormy clouds, Crete, Greece

Black rocks protruding through rough seas with stormy clouds, Crete, Greece

Background imageMeteorology Collection: John Dalton, British chemist C017 / 7114

John Dalton, British chemist C017 / 7114
John Dalton (1766-1844), British chemist, physicist and meteorologist. Daltons atomic theory that explained chemical changes was published in A New System of Chemical Philosophy (1808)

Background imageMeteorology Collection: Wind-blown tree

Wind-blown tree. This unidentified tree has had its growth shaped by the strong prevailing coastal wind

Background imageMeteorology Collection: St. Elmos fire on a sailing ship

St. Elmos fire on a sailing ship
Saint Elmos fire, an electrical phenomenon, on a ships masts. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration



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Meteorology is the captivating study of Earth's ever-changing atmosphere, unraveling its mysteries and unveiling breathtaking phenomena. From the mesmerizing sight of our Whole Earth, resembling a radiant Blue Marble in 2000, to the Galapagos Admiralty map by Fitzroy Beagle that navigates us through uncharted meteorological territories. Intriguing moments like Paraselena at McMurdo Sound on a crisp morning in June 1911 transport us to ethereal realms where ice crystals create enchanting halos around the sun. The Krakatoa sunsets captured in delicate artworks from 1883 remind us of nature's power and beauty intertwined. Paraselena once again enchants our senses as we journey back to January 1911 at Cape Evans in McMurdo Sound, where shimmering lights dance across the sky during an unforgettable night. Witnessing the Aurora borealis painting vibrant streaks over the Lyngen Alps fills our hearts with awe from Sjursnes, Ullsfjord, Troms in North Norway. Frost-covered trees glistening under winter's touch alongside Glastonbury Tor evoke a sense of tranquility amidst chilly temperatures. The Snow-covered United Kingdom transforms into a magical wonderland during January 2010 when every corner becomes adorned with nature's delicate white blanket. Porthmeor Beach invites us to St. Ives in Cornwall, England—a coastal paradise where meteorology meets stunning landscapes—offering endless inspiration for those who seek solace by the sea. A cloud-filled blue sky acts as nature's canvas upon which she paints her masterpieces day after day. While exploring meteorological wonders on Earth, let us not forget tales that captivate imaginations such as Roswell's UFO crash site nestled within New Mexico’s vast desert expanse—an enigma waiting to be unraveled by scientific inquiry. Finally, witnessing sunlight piercing through clouds reminds us that even amidst turbulence, there is always hope and beauty to be found.