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'Five suns' appear in China's Inner Mongolia
1424  Light Myanmar 

On February 14, a sundog (mock sun) phenomenon appeared in north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. It is an optical phenomenon in the atmosphere, where a large amount of hexagonal ice crystals float in the sky, refracting the rays, and creating a virtual image on either side of the sun.

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