“False Suns” – parhelia – appear as a result of dispersion of light on ice crystals, which are slowly descending hexagonal prisms with the main axes located vertically. The inhomogeneity of the brightness of the resulting light pillars gives the illusion of a glowing bright spot. This phenomenon occurs more often in winter, when the sun is low. Halos are more common than false suns.
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