When you’re flying in an airplane above a blanket of clouds, the pillars of white and gray look soft, fluffy and lighter than air. But don’t be fooled — those bouncy-looking clouds are much, much heavier than they appear.
So just how much does a cloud weigh? And how do you weigh a cloud? We asked the experts to find out.
Clouds are composed mainly of air and millions of tiny water droplets, which form when water condenses around a “seed” particle. Seed particles can be anything from nitric acid to vapors released by trees, but they are generally very tiny.
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