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After a bleak day and a bloody election period, a serene event happened at the Capitol Hill just before the sunset on Tuesday: a spectacular rainbow.
Whether it is a temporary calm before the next storm, a sign of peaceful times to come, or some other secret prophet, no one can say, of course.
To see a rainbow, sunshine and rainfall are necessary, according to the Optical Atmosphere Location. In Washington on Tuesday, the sky was cleared from the west to the east just after the sunset, allowing the peoples to look back to the east to see the rainbow.
Early in the morning and late afternoon it is usually the best time to see them because the sun should not be too tall. Also rainbows are always opposite the sun.
According to the Bible, the rainbow is the sign of God's promise to mankind that He will never ever flood the Earth, according to Stanley Gedzelman's book "The Science and Wonders of the Atmosphere."
Regardless of what the rainbow predicted, social media gathered with photographs of the amazing scene:
Even without the rainbow, the sunset over the nation's capital was amazing in itself:
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