Credit: TOM A WARNER/WEATHERVIDEOHD.TV/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Fish-eye and normal views of upward lightning discharges from TV towers. The upward discharges of lightning from the towers are thought to have been triggered by enhanced electric fields resulting from nearby positive cloud-to-ground lightning flashes. Filmed in South Dakota, USA, in summer.

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Lightning, high-speed

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