Lightning Captured at 11,000 Frames Per Second

Please note this post was not created by Jay Clapp Photography but by David Bickley

Originally captured back in 2011 the National Geographic show “Naked Science: Lightning Chasers” gave us a never before seen look at the anatomy of a lightning strike in ultra-slow motion. Although the footage is older the video is still amazing, and quite possibly the most detailed of it’s kind (if there are any others). The first actual “bolt” of  lightning (called a leader) proceeds in steps that lengthen by about 30 meters at a time. Each step taking about 1 microsecond [more]

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Posted on May 12, 2013, in Photography News and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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