Anti-crepuscular rays are similar to crepuscular rays, but seen opposite the sun in the sky. Anticrepuscular rays are near-parallel, but appear to converge at the antisolar point because of linear perspective. They are most frequently visib
le near sunrise or sunset. Although anti-crepuscular rays appear to converge onto a point opposite the sun, the convergence is actually an illusion. The rays are in fact almost parallel, and the apparent convergence is to the vanishing point at infinity.
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