Satellite Captures Footage of Lightning from Space, It is Stunning

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Satellite Captures Footage of Lightning from Space, It is Stunning

Satellite Captures Footage of Lightning from Space, It is Stunning

 

Satellite Captures Footage of Lightning from Space, It is Stunning: The imagery of Earth captured from space always makes for exciting viewing. America’s National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration have released a new video showing what a lightning strike looks like from space. And to say the visuals are stunning will be an understatement.

The clip shows flashes of light amid clouds above North and South America. While thunderstorms leave most people nervous and afraid, watching it in the clip makes for quite a spectacular Light.

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration GOES-17 satellite have transmitted its first Geostationary Lightning Mapper data. This GLM data in this animation shows storms quickly intensifying and forming into an impressive line across the U.S. Plains on the year May 9, 2018, explains the official website.

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The mapper helps forecast storms and their likely intensity in the Western Hemisphere by observing lightning. For instance, rapid increases of electricity indicating that a tornado may strengthen quickly and lead to severe weather.

Combined with other satellite data, images like this could help forecasters anticipate and issue warnings for severe weather, says National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

The clip, shared on Twitter on May 21, has collected over 1,300 likes and more than 600 retweets.

That is incredible! Comment one Twitter user on the video. I can watch this all day long, says another.

In the early year 2016, British astronaut Tim Peake posted beautiful time-lapse showing lightning from space. Amazing how much lightning can strike our planet in a short time, he has tweeted then.

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