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Floating Ship Image- A Rare Optical Illusion

News Link: Floating Ship Image- A Rare Optical Illusion – By MK (Editor)

Image of what appears to be a hovering ship have been captured as the result of a rare optical illusion off the coast of England.

David Morris took a photo of the ship near Falmouth, Cornwall.

BBC meteorologist David Braine said the “superior mirage” of Floating Ship Image occurred because of “special atmospheric conditions that bend light”.

He said the illusion is common in the Arctic, but can appear “very rarely” in the UK during winter.

Mr Morris said he was “stunned” after capturing the picture while looking out to sea from the hamlet of Gillan.

Mr Braine said: “Superior mirages occur because of the weather condition. Which known as a temperature inversion, where cold air lies close to the sea with warmer air above it.

Since cold air is denser than warm air, it bends light towards the eyes of someone standing on the ground or on the coast. Which changing how a distant object appears.

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Floating Ship Image- A Rare Optical Illusion

Since cold air is denser than warm air, it bends light towards the eyes of someone standing on the ground or on the coast. Which changing how a distant object appears.

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