Birth of ball lightning
Many observations of ball lightning report a ball of light, about 10cm in diameter, moving at about walking speed, lasting up to 20s and frequently existing inside of houses and even aeroplanes. The present paper reports detailed observations of the initiation or birth of ball lightning. In two cases, navigation crew of aircraft saw ball lightning form at the windscreen inside the cockpit of their planes. In the first case, the ball lightning occurred during a thunderstorm, with much lightning...[Show more]
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