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ASTRONAUT CAPTURES CLEAREST FOOTAGE YET OF RARE TYPE OF LIGHTNING

ASTRONAUT CAPTURES CLEAREST FOOTAGE YET OF RARE TYPE OF LIGHTNING Generally speaking, storms seen from space are pretty breathtaking. Lightning flashes, huge thunderheads and the swirling clouds of hurricanes all take on a unique look when seen from the International Space Station orbiting 250 miles above Earth's surface. The Space Station is also an amazing place to check out weather from an angle you aren't afforded on our planet. This includes weather phenomena that have been hotly debated, but poorly observed, such as a type of lightning known as "blue jets."   More



(Source: Mashable - Feb 10)

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