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Noctilucent clouds are extremely high ice-crystal clouds that form up in the mesosphere, at altitudes of around 50 miles / 80 km. Their Latin name roughly translates as 'night shining'. This is because these ghostly rippling clouds only become visible when the Sun is below the horizon for the...Continue Reading