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‘Earthquake Lightning’ re-created in lab

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Earthquake lightning: Mysterious luminescence phenomena From SHINSHU UNIVERSITY Were you aware that earthquakes are sometimes associated with luminescence, called earthquake lightning? This phenomenon had been documented throughout history, such as between 1965 and 1967, the Matsushiro earthquake swarm caused the surrounding mountain to flicker with light multiple times. In 1993 when an earthquake caused a…

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