Intent: Not looking to make-up something, I seek explanations which are possible to duplicate
Description of Phenomenon: The halved side of the bubble would be horizontal to Earth's surface, and the bowl shape would be closer to the ground.
Image of Shape (not the bubble itself): Here's a steel version of the bubbles shape
Related Physics: Here's the best explanation I've found related to the physics know to relate to the issue:
We consider half of the soap bubble. The forces on the hemisphere will be the surface tensions on the two circles and the net force from the excess pressure between the inside and the outside of the bubble. This net force is the sum of all of the forces perpendicular to the surface of the hemisphere, but must be parallel to the surface tension. Therefore we can find it by finding the force on the circle that is the base of the hemisphere. The total force must be zero, so we have
2(2¹r)g = (¹r2) ÆP, which gives ÆP = 4g/r.
CURRENT-STATUS: I'm out of possible reasons why this would happen, except for one, that being, that any half-bubbles observed might in fact be a whole free-floating bubble with three walls, two of which are refracting near zero light, while the third is highly refractive. The three walls form a single sphere divided in half by single wall; meaning that there's a top-hemisphere, and lower-hemisphere, and the dividing wall. Would this be possible?
BACKGROUND: This phenomenon is based on a question I saw years ago posted on another physics community forum. I'm unable to locate that page, but I've searched for it. On that page, more than three(3) people had independently observed the phenomenon; which to me gives some validity to it existence in some form; that, or someone was just having fun, and gaming the forum.