Want To Know What Happens When The Lightning Doesn’t Hit The Ground? Watch This!
Lightning is far more than just a sky-borne phenomenon: Remarkably, it can also form at ground level and shoot upwards.
This upside-down lightning is the subject of a paper published in the Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics, in which the strange behavior of these inverted bolts is revealed.
Despite the fact that there are roughly 40-50 lightning strikes somewhere around the world every second, they are surprisingly poorly understood.
Watch the video to know how this upside down lightning works!
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