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Explain the difference between crepuscular and anticrepuscular rays.
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ANSWER: Haze can scatter light from the rising or setting Sun in a way that produces bright light beams, or crepuscular rays, radiating across the sky. When the bright light beams appear to converge toward the part of the horizon opposite from the Sun, the beams of light are called anticrepuscular rays.

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