Q. Rainbows are actually ____ but they look like arches when we view them from the ground.
Q. Rainbow is a phenomenon caused by refraction, light reflection, and ________ in water droplets.
Q. “Rainbow” is derived from the Latin word arcus pluvius, meaning ________.
Q. In 1666, indigo and orange were also added, and the rainbow was recognized as seven-colored by explanations of _______.
Q. There is no set number of colors in a rainbow, each hue ______ into the next without a hard boundary.
Q. Rainbow is an _________ phenomenon and no two people see the same rainbow.
Q. Sometimes three to four rainbows can also be seen when _____ bounces inside the water droplet more than once before escaping.
Q. The world’s longest-observed rainbow was seen over for____ hours on March 14, 1994.
Q. A rainbow arch is angled at ______-degree angle starting from the direction opposite from the sun.
Q. There is a phenomenon called __________, which are rainbows occurring when the moon’s light reflects through the raindrop.
Q. Earth is the only planet in the _______ where rainbows are possible.
Q. Monochrome rainbows formed after rainfall during sunrise or sunset are _____ in color.
Q. Rainbows are the universal symbol of ______ and harmony.
Q. The state of ______ is home to the most rainbows on Earth.
Q. Saturn’s moon, Titan has a moist atmosphere that is ideal for the formation of a rainbow which will be angled at _________ degrees.
Q. Rainbows were believed to be a _____ from the gods by the Greeks and the Romans.
Q. __________ are rainbows appearing upside down which is due to sunlight refracted by tiny ice crystals.
Q. The lower the Sun is in the sky, the ______ will be the rainbow.
Q. Double Rainbows have their colors reversed, and the outer rainbow is _______ bright and will have red on the inside rather than the outside of the arch.
Q. _________, are confused to be rainbows, they circle the sun as a result of hexagonal ice crystals in high-altitude clouds acting as prisms.