There have been several theories about the origin of halos, but few have been proven. The new method provides continuous observation of halos around the clock. However, there are certain conditions to observe halo formations, including a clear dark sky and unobstructed horizon. One of these methods, developed by BIRAL in partnership with the University of Reading, requires a highly sensitive high-speed video camera and an unobstructed view of the horizon. This new technology is highly sensitive and picks up unusual measurements. The researchers published their findings in the Physical Review Letters journal.
Halo MLD4 – A New Way to Observe Halo Formations