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A short video on why everyone sees a different rainbow.
An interesting page all about rainbows, with info on secondary rainbows and supernumerary rainbows. Part of the WebExhibitsOnline exhibition about colour.
How to make a rainbow on a piece of paper or wall using a flash light and a CD
An easy to understand explanation of how a rainbow is formed. This is an excellent site - don't let the poor graphics detract from the content!
A thorough explanation on how rainbows form.
Suggests methods for producing rainbows in the laboratory. Some workable methods for teaching purposes.
Great explanation about rainbows and how we see colours
A Marvin and Milo activity about rainbows. All you need is a hosepipe, garden and sunny day.
A simple description, accompanied by diagrams, of the formation of primary and secondary rainbows.
A clear explanation of how rainbows are formed.
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