Slo-Motion video of Lightning Strike on some buildings.


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A high-speed camera captured lightning striking residential buildings in Brazil, revealing new details about such strikes. The spectacular slow-motion video shot at 40,000 frames per second shows the connection process between lightning and a building. The video also shows that a staggering 31 fingers of upwards reaching lightning, called positive leaders, launched upwards from other nearby buildings in an attempt to intercept the downward negative leaders. The strike severely damaged a chimney, throwing fragments in all directions, the researchers report.

Paper:
Close View of the Lightning Attachment Process Unveils the Streamer Zone Fine Structure,
Marcelo M. F. Saba, Diego Rhamon R. da Silva, John G. Pantuso, Caitano L. da Silva,
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2 +1 Nanker_Phelge 1 week ago

«A giant example of a static discharge. Once the first two streamers make contact all the charges in all the other streamers reverse course and flow into that one connection. The initial streamers operate in milliseconds, the actual lightning stroke...microseconds, a thousand times faster.»

0 +1 Phuc_Libtards 1 week ago

«@Nanker_Phelge Sure, you know all about electricity but are stupid enough to shill for the clot shot covid death vax,
when Astra covid conspirators just admitted in court papers their's causes heart attack and blood clots. I don't believe you randomly know those electricity stats,
you're still a fucking retard.
»

2 +1 AceCombat6842 1 week ago

«Had lightening strike a 1t0ft Pine at our cottage. Blew the brass property numbers right off the trunk. Never found them. The trunk was a spider web of cracks up and down the length. On hot days you didn't dare walk near it. It rained sap for 10 years but lived that was almost 30 years ago»