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This NASA resource is a complete primer on the subject of lightning.  It includes an easily understood description of the lightning discharge process, photos and text describing modern data collection & detection techniques, and a brief history of the scientific study of lightning.
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Electricity & Magnetism
- Electric Fields and Potential
- Electrostatics
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- Meteorology
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electric charge, electrostatics, lightning, lightning detection, lightning propogation, lightning research
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S. Goodman, (2005), WWW Document, (
S. Goodman, NASA: A Lightning Primer (2005), <>.
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Goodman, S. (2005, December 1). NASA: A Lightning Primer. Retrieved May 21, 2024, from
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Goodman, Steven. NASA: A Lightning Primer. December 1, 2005. (accessed 21 May 2024).
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Goodman, Steven. NASA: A Lightning Primer. 2005. 1 Dec. 2005. 21 May 2024 <>.
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