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Mirages The atmosphere is a layer cake of temperatures and densities. The spaces between layers, where the frosting goes, generates mirages. If conditions are right atmospheric frosting layers can sometimes act like mirrors. When you are in the desert, crawling with thirst, a frosting mirror low to the ground can reflect the sky and look like water. I hate it when that happens. Mirages are mostly imperfect reflections.

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