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== Extraterrestrial ==
 
== Extraterrestrial ==
Some cumuliform clouds have been discovered on most other planets in the solar system. On [[Mars]], the [[Viking Orbiter]] detected cirrocumulus and stratocumulus clouds forming via convection primarily near the polar icecaps.<ref name="Mars-clouds">{{cite web|url=http://history.nasa.gov/SP-441/ch12.htm|title=NASA SP-441: Viking Orbiter Views of Mars|publisher=National Aeronautics and Space Administration|accessdate=26 January 2013}}</ref> The [[Galileo (spacecraft)|Galileo space probe]] detected massive cumulonimbus clouds near the [[Great Red Spot]] on [[Jupiter]].<ref name="Jupiter-clouds">{{cite web|url=http://photojournal.jpl.nasa.gov/catalog/pia00506|title=Thunderheads on Jupiter|publisher=National Aeronautics and Space Administration|work=Jet Propulsion Laboratory|accessdate=26 January 2013}}</ref> Cumuliform clouds have also been detected on [[Saturn]]. In 2008, the [[Cassini spacecraft]] determined that cumulus clouds near Saturn's south pole were part of a cyclone over {{convert|4000|km|mi}} in diameter.<ref name="Saturn-clouds">{{cite news|url=http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2008/10/081014-saturn-cyclones.html|title=Mysterious Cyclones Seen at Both of Saturn's Poles|last=Minard|first=Anne|date=14 October 2008|newspaper=National Geographic News|publisher=National Geographic|accessdate=26 January 2013}}</ref> The [[Keck Observatory]] detected whitish cumulus clouds on [[Uranus]].<ref name="Uranus-clouds">{{cite web|url=http://www.popsci.com/science/article/2012-10/most-richly-detailed-image-ever-taken-icy-distant-uranus|title=Check Out The Most Richly Detailed Image Ever Taken Of Uranus|publisher=Popular Science|last=Boyle|first=Rebecca|date=18 October 2012|accessdate=26 January 2013}}</ref> Like Uranus, [[Neptune]] has methane cumulus clouds.<ref name="Irwin-115">{{harvnb|Irwin|2003|p=115}}</ref> Venus, however, does not appear to have cumulus clouds.<ref name="Bougher-127-129">{{harvnb|Bougher|Phillips|1997|pp=127&ndash;129}}</ref>
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Some cumuliform clouds have been discovered on most other planets in the solar system. On [[Mars]], the [[Viking Orbiter]] detected cirrocumulus and stratocumulus clouds forming via convection primarily near the polar icecaps.<ref name="Mars-clouds">{{cite web|url=http://history.nasa.gov/SP-441/ch12.htm|title=NASA SP-441: Viking Orbiter Views of Mars|publisher=National Aeronautics and Space Administration|accessdate=26 January 2013}}</ref> The [[Galileo (spacecraft)|Galileo space probe]] detected massive cumulonimbus clouds near the [[Great Red Spot]] on [[Jupiter]].<ref name="Jupiter-clouds">{{cite web|url=http://photojournal.jpl.nasa.gov/catalog/pia00506|title=Thunderheads on Jupiter|publisher=National Aeronautics and Space Administration|work=Jet Propulsion Laboratory|accessdate=26 January 2013}}</ref> Cumuliform clouds have also been detected on [[Saturn]]. In 2008, the [[Cassini spacecraft]] determined that cumulus clouds near Saturn's south pole were part of a cyclone over {{convert|4000|km|mi}} in diameter.<ref name="Saturn-clouds">{{cite news|url=http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2008/10/081014-saturn-cyclones.html|title=Mysterious Cyclones Seen at Both of Saturn's Poles|last=Minard|first=Anne|date=14 October 2008|newspaper=National Geographic News|publisher=National Geographic|accessdate=26 January 2013}}</ref> The [[Keck Observatory]] detected whitish cumulus clouds on [[Uranus]].<ref name="Uranus-clouds">{{cite web|url=http://www.popsci.com/science/article/2012-10/most-richly-detailed-image-ever-taken-icy-distant-uranus|title=Check Out The Most Richly Detailed Image Ever Taken Of Uranus|publisher=Popular Science|last=Boyle|first=Rebecca|date=18 October 2012|accessdate=26 January 2013}}</ref> Like Uranus, [[Neptune]] has methane cumulus clouds.<ref name="Irwin-115">{{harvnb|Irwin|2003|p=115}}</ref> Venus, however, does not appear to have cumulus clouds.<ref name="Bougher-127-129">{{harvnb|Bougher|Phillips|1997|pp=127&ndash;129}}</ref> Your Anus
   
 
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