Amazing red sprite, large-scale electrical discharges, high above thunderstorm clouds, over Oklahoma. Credit Paul Smith
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These red sprites, dancing, lightning-like events were captured from a mountain top perch in northern France. Image credit Stephane Vetter (Nuits sacrees, TWAN)
Photographer Marko Korosec managed to capture these impressive mysterious red lights at the night sky.
A sensitive video camera on a summit of the Vosges mountains in France captured these surprising fireworks above a distant horizon on June 26.
While flying from Munich to Singapore earlier this month, an industrious passenger took images of a passing lightning storm and caught something unexpected: gigantic jet
Astronaut Andreas Mogensen captures in this video gigantic lightning from the International Space Station…
Ever wonder how lightning works? Scientists are still figuring it out, but what we do know is fascinating…
The waning crescent Moon, the stars of Orion rising above the eastern horizon and a rare red sprite, as seen from the International Space Station,
Across the atmosphere of Earth, lightning flashes about 50 times per second. That’s 4.3 million times a day and roughly 1.5 billion times a year.
The astronomical mystery of Transient Luminous Events – TLEs, that are usually invisible to the naked eye because they happen on millisecond timescales, too fast