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The Science Behind Clouds – On a Cloudy Day You Can See Weather

Have you ever wondered how clouds form? We all learn the water cycle in school - water falls from the clouds in the form of rain or snow and collects on the ground. The water on the ground heats up and turns to vapor and the vapor travels up…

Liquid Nitrogen Cloud Fills TV Studio

I brought my twin boys with me for my television appearance this week. They are really interested in the solar system so we've been learning about the different planets and their moons. Neptune's moon, Triton, has nitrogen in it's clouds in…