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Jellyfish sprites

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Intense sprites over Oklahoma on today's http://www.spaceweather.com .
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I prefer my sprites over Tennessee (sour mash that is).
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Have sprites been imaged from the UK? Our skies don't seem big enough somehow :?
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The sprites have been imaged from the UK with video techniques. Look here http://www.nemetode.org/sprites.htm
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Wow! very interesting. Thanks Leo :D It's just I'm used to seeing images on Spaceweather which indicate the sprites imaged are from a thunderstorm "300 miles away" in another state entirely,

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