A rainbow is a circle. What we see from almost any point on earth is a semicircle, or just a part of the rainbow. We can only see it from horizon to horizon, or just an arc of the whole rainbow. Occasionally we can see a full circle of a rainbow in the sky surrounding the sun, and sometimes multiple ones.
Because the earth blocks you from seeing the full circle. You can use a misting garden hose to make a rainbow, and you'll see it's a full circle.
Actually it is circular but usually the sun needs to be quite low in the sky for the angle of the sunbeams hitting the raindrops to be suitable to create a rainbow visible from the ground. But, when that happens, a part of the rainbow is cut-off by the horizon and so it appears semicircular. Full circles are rare but have been seen/photographed.
The rainbow is mentioned in the bible , when God promised that he would leave the rainbow in the sky as a promise as he would never ever destroy the earth by a flood. It is mentioned three times in Genesis after the flood (as 'bow') in Genesis 9:13,14 & 16. it is also mentioned in Revelation in the New Testament twice (Revelation 4:3 and 10:1).
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Because the rainbow is reflected.
The Rainbow Circle was created in 1893.
Rainbows are formed in the rain so rain and bow because it may be some form of a bow.
From the ground it appears as if the rainbow is a semi-circle. But in fact a rainbow is actually a circle! If you are high enough up and you are looking from the right angle you can actually see the whole rainbow as a circle.
Rainbow has two syllables. The syllables are rain-bow.
The rainbow is actually a circle. The full rainbow can be seen from an airplane.