Long Run Lightning Bolt Strike Across Oil Well Country Sky
Lightning Bolt soaring across the sky with oil well pump jack and two communication towers. Each second there are 50 to 100 Cloud-to-Ground Lightning Strikes to the Earth world-wide. Most lightning strikes average 2 to 3 miles long and carry a current of 10000 Amps at 100 million Volts. The temperature of a typical lightning bolt is hotter than the surface of the Sun! A big lightning bolt striking the ground might seem be hundreds of feet across, but in actuality the current channel is generally not much thicker than a pencil.
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