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What do clouds contain?
Clouds contain evaporated water.
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Moisture in the air
Venus is the answer
Nimbus clouds are dense clouds that contain rain or snow.
What is An almond or lensshaped cloud which appears stationary but which may contain winds of 50 knots?
Yes, though in some cases the dust and debris can obscure the funnel.
What is a massive vertical cloud that contains a lot of moisture and is associated with thunderstorms?
No. The nucleus contains the most mass. The electrons occupy the most volume.
Electrons. Perhaps that is why it is called an electron cloud.
Very simply, a cloud is "FOG" that is above the Earth's surface, rather than in contact with the ground. Clouds and fog are one and the same thing, very tiny dr…oplets of condensed water vapor, so small that they do not have enough weight to fall to the Earth, and consequently they just float around in the air. IF and when enough of these droplets of condensed water vapor, collide and stick together, they become heavy enough for gravity to cause them to fall to Earth, and that is what we call rain. Other forms of precipitation occur when the vapor (or rain) is exposed to colder temperatures. Clouds are formed when water vapour in the air is cooled and condenses as part of the water cycle. Clouds consist of billions of tiny water droplets (and even ice crystals) floating in the sky and appear in a variety of shapes and sizes depending on how and where they formed. I found this answer at http://www.rcn27.dial.pipex.com/cloudsrus/clouds.HTML Hope this helps.
Clouds are made up of drops of water formed from water vapor which condensated.They form wool-like shapes in the sky and fall as rain when they get too heavy.
Jupiter is obviously the main answer. Saturn is similar, but not so highly visible. (Earth sometimes does too.) Jupiter.
The cloud around an atom's nucleus is called an electron cloud. An electromagnetic force binds electrons inside an electrostatic potential well, which surrounds the nucleu…s.