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"Superbolts" – Extreme Lightning a thousand times stronger

Published on September 9, 2019 in Climate Change, Science "Experimental atmospheric and space physicist Robert Holzworth of the University of Washington said about" Superbolts "bolts, the electrical energy of more than Releasing 1 million joules or a thousand times more energy than an average flash. "At the moment we show that this previously unknown pattern exists." A study by the …

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NASA detects mysterious green and blue lightning from the distant galaxy

NASA has discovered something mysterious in space that can not be fully explained – bright flashes of green and blue spots that appeared and disappeared in a cosmic second. The NuSTAR X-ray Observatory looked at the fireworks galaxy (NGC 6946) and saw several blue and green spots of light that appeared and disappeared within a few weeks, according to a …

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Lightning strike at the PGA Tour Championship injured six spectators

Six people were injured at the East Lake Golf Club on Saturday when a lightning hit a tree at the southern end of the square. The incident occurred less than 30 minutes after the third round of the PGA Tour Championship had been suspended due to weather. The PGA Tour issued an updated statement on the accident on Sunday: The …

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Rory McIlroy fan hit by lightning "hurt and shaken" at the golf event

Copyright Ryan Murphy Caption Ryan spent the summer in a Wisconsin camp The father of a teenager from County Tyrone, who was injured in a major US golf tournament during a lightning strike, said he was "caught cold." Terry Murphy of Cookstown said his son Ryan, 19, was followed by Rory McIlroy at the event in Atlanta when the "Freak" …

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Lightning strike in Poland, severe thunderstorm responsible for at least 5 dead and more than 100 injured in the Tatra Mountains

At least five people – including two children – were killed in a thunderstorm in the southern Tatras in Poland and over 100 others were injured. The TOPR Rescue Service reported that the rescuers were sent to Giewont Peak The spokeswoman for the provincial governor of Krakow, Joanna Pazdzio, told the Associated Press that the leaders of the bailout on …

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Poland lightning kills three in the Tatra Mountains storm

Image Rights Reuters Caption Four helicopters were involved in the rescue At least three people were killed and 22 injured in a sudden thunderstorm over mountains in southern Poland. The lightning hit a group of tourists on the summit of Giewont, a popular peak in the Tatras. Mountain Rescuers said. Some Polish media reports said a 13-year-old boy was among …

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Yubico's new security key works with both USB Type-C and Lightning

PALO ALTO, CA. & STOCKHOLM – (BUSINESS WIRE) – Yubico, the leading provider of security keys for hardware authentication, today announced the general availability of the YubiKey 5Ci, the world's first security key to both USB-C and USB-C and Lightning connectors on a single device. This unique dual-connector functionality makes the YubiKey 5Ci the perfect solution for consumers or businesses …

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Yubico releases the first Lightning security key for iPhones

If you just wanted to put a physical security key into your iPhone to securely log in to apps instead of sending problem text messages or browsing through your authenticator app, you can do it now. Today, Yubico releases the $ 70 YubiKey 5Ci, the first security key that can be connected to your iPhone's Lightning port or USB-C port, …

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Lightning Strike: At least 9 people injured by fallen trees at the Dolphin Swim Club in Feasterville-Trevose, Pennsylvania

At least nine people, including several small children, were injured Sunday after a tree fell on them when they were sitting under a tent at the Dolphin Swim Club at Feasterville-Trevose, Pennsylvania, CBS, Philadelphia. A lightning hit the tree and dropped it on the tent, officials from the station said. Nine people, from small children to adults, were taken to …

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