Clouds

Clouds can be cross-classified by form and level to derive the ten tropospheric genera, the fog and mist that forms at surface level, and several stratosphere and mesosphere have common names for their main types. They are seen infrequently, mostly in the polar regions and have been observed in the atmospheres of other planets and moons in the Solar System and beyond. However, due to their different temperature characteristics, they are often composed of other substances such as methane, ammonia, and sulfuric acid as well as vertical size. Clouds with sufficient vertical extent to occupy more than one altitude level.

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