Unknown cloud facts for kids

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Unknown cloud facts for kids 

Here are unknown interesting cloud facts for kids as well as all information about cloud formation, clouds types. Check it out:

amazing cloud facts for kids

Cloud facts for kids

1. A cloud is a large group of tiny water droplets that we can see in the air.

2. A cloud droplet is just 0.02mm in diameter – that’s five times smaller than the thickness of a piece of paper. However, these droplets condense together to form clouds up to 14 miles high!

3. Clouds reflect the suns light that is the reason why clouds come with white color.

4. Clouds are formed when water on Earth evaporates into the sky and condenses high up in the cooler air. 

5. Big clouds are normally made up of water droplets and have a base under 2,000 meters.

6. There are a range of different types of clouds. Three main types are stratus, cumulus and cirrus.

7. Venus has clouds made up of sulfur dioxide and sulphuric acid – Saturn and Jupiter have ammonia clouds.

8. Stratus clouds are flat and featureless, appearing as layered sheets.

9. Cirrostratus are high-level clouds that cover large areas of sky, and can stretch for thousands of miles.

10. Clouds can also be made of other chemicals.

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Elly Green

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