Have you seen a rainbow at night?
Well to be honest, I have never seen one with my own eyes.
But luckily, a persistent astrophotographer from Kamuela, Hawaii has recorded this spectacular example long after dark:
In this picture, the bright moon played the role of sun, illuminating nightime raindrops falling through the damp Hawaiian air.
This long exposure image also revealed something even more rare: a secondary moonbow. It’s the faint ‘bow arciing above the brighter primary.
It was a night to remember, indeed. 🙂
Image was originally featured in http://spaceweather.com/