A rainbow is a natural phenomenon that is caused by the refraction, reflection, and dispersion of sunlight through water droplets in the atmosphere. Rainbows are typically seen in the sky when there are rain showers and the sun is shining, and they appear as a circular arc of colors that is formed by the separation of light into its various wavelengths. Rainbows are often associated with beauty, wonder, and good fortune, and they are often seen as symbols of hope and promise. Rainbows are typically made up of seven colors, in the following order: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet. These colors are often referred to as the "ROYGBIV" colors. Rainbows can be seen in a variety of natural and artificial settings, and they can be created by a variety of methods, including refraction through glass or crystal, diffraction through a grating, or reflection through a curved mirror. Rainbows are a popular subject in art, literature, and other forms of media, and they are often depicted as symbols of hope, beauty, and magic.
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