Cloud (disambiguation)

A cloud is a visible mass of condensed droplets or frozen crystals suspended in the air.

Cloud(s) may also refer to:

Contents

Fiction

  • Cloud Strife, a character in Final Fantasy VII media
  • Bou Keng Wan ("Cloud"), a Kung Fu character from the Hong Kong comic, Fung Wan
  • Cloud (comics), a Marvel comic book character
  • Cloudbase, the fictional skyborne headquarters Spectrum, from the science fiction television series Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons
  • Clouds (film), a 2000 film written and directed by Don Thompson and produced by Will Arntz

Literature

Music

Science

  • Magellanic Clouds, irregular dwarfgalaxies near our galaxy, the Milky Way
  • Interstellar cloud, dense region between stars
  • Molecular cloud, interstellar cloud containing molecules
  • CLOUD is an experimental facility used to investigate the microphysics between galactic cosmic rays and clouds

Technology

  • Cloud computing, Internet-based development and use of computer technology stored on servers rather than the client computers
  • Cloud (operating system), a browser-based operating system that will instantly be usable after turning on the PC, by the makers of gOS
  • Tag cloud, a visual depiction of user-generated tags used typically to describe the content of web sites

Other uses

See also

  • The Cloud (disambiguation)
  • Cloud Nine (disambiguation)
  • Red Cloud (disambiguation)
  • St. Cloud (disambiguation)
  • White Cloud (disambiguation)
  • McCloud (disambiguation)

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