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You’d think that by now we’d have a good handle on how something as common as lightning works. But in fact there are still lots of mysteries and a lot of their behavior is either unknown to or misunderstood by the public. For example, have you ever heard of sprites? These are extremely fast and faint discharges that occur above thunderstorms... -- red sprite

You’d think that by now, deep into the century, we’d have a pretty good handle on how something as common as lightning works. But in fact there ar .

KSC - it's a good thing they have lightning protection installed by certified lp contactors

KSC - it's a good thing they have lightning protection installed by certified lp contactors

80's Font Thunderstorm. A hand-made brush typeface inspired by 80s-90s music, retro, disco, grunge, and pop culture.  uses for poster, logo, clothing, books, invitation, logo, etc. Download: https://creativemarket.com/Aiyari/484029-Thunderstorm-(With-Extra-Pack)?u=nexion

A hand-made brush typeface inspired by music, retro, disco, grunge, and pop…

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紙コップを使って作る、コロンとした見た目がかわいいこいのぼり。鱗の作り方や貼り方をアレンジすれば、幅広い年齢で楽しめる♪お家の中でも飾れちゃう、こどもの日が楽しくなりそうな製作遊び。

紙コップを使って作る、コロンとした見た目がかわいいこいのぼり。鱗の作り方や貼り方をアレンジすれば、幅広い年齢で楽しめる♪お家の中でも飾れちゃう、こどもの日が楽しくなりそうな製作遊び。

Crater Lake National Park. Lies in the caldera of Mount Mazama formed 7700 years ago after an eruption. Deepest lake in US.  No inlet or outlet; all water comes thru precipitation.

これぞ絶景…死ぬまでに行きたい世界30の大自然

Meteor over Crater Lake, Oregon. I saw this lake flying over Oregon in a plane. You can hike around it if you go to Crater Lake National Park

SPACE TORNADO  Gas and dust swirl rapidly before collapsing inward to form a new star. Jets of material from the new star generate shock waves through the surrounding gases and dust, forming this "tornado" nebula.

Space Tornado

Nicknamed the "Tornado" nebula, light emitted from a shocked molecular hydrogen, visible here in green, is believed to be caused by an outflowing jet of material from a young star that has generated shock waves in surrounding gas and dust.

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