When clouds are thin enough (and the water droplets small enough), they diffract light and appear iridescent.

Rainbows, on the other hand, are caused by refracted light (sunlight that bends as it passes through large water droplets).

When clouds are thin enough (and the water droplets small enough), they diffract light and appear iridescent. Rainbows, on the other hand, are caused by refracted light (sunlight that bends as it passes through large water droplets).

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