On the first night of my stay, there was a lunar rainbow, which I went on to the roof of the hotel to watch.
I have had the pleasure of beholding a novel phenomenon, a lunar rainbow.
A lunar rainbow observed at Mattock, in Derbyshire, England.
Molly Brown was not dry-eyed, and one might have spied a lunar rainbow in my eyes, too.
An iris or lunar rainbow was seen for one hour (9 to 10) at Wakefield in Yorkshire, England.
They moved over the lunar rainbow, which ever and ever broke away behind their wheels.
A lunar rainbow is caused by the light of the moon, in the same manner as the solar rainbow is caused by the light of the sun.
The beauty of this lunar rainbow is enhanced by the framework of shapely ash trees through whose branches it is seen.
But for the absence of the moon, it might easily have been mistaken for a lunar rainbow.
There have also been three lunar halos, one lunar rainbow, a double parhelion, and seven appearances of the aurora borealis.