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A powerful electrical storm created an eerie tapestry of light in the skies near Complex 39A in the hours preceding the launch of STS-8., 1983, 30 August, NASA, NASA Center: Kennedy Space Center, Image: 83P-240, LL/37710
 
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Introduction
283.01   Introduction to weather
Meterological conditions
283.02   Weather: Clouds
283.03   Weather: Fog and mist
283.04   Weather: Lightning
283.05   Weather: Rain
283.06   Weather: Rainbows
283.07   Weather: Snow
Events
283.08   China: Typhoon (September 1874)
Photographers
283.09   William B. Post: Snowscapes
283.10   André Kertész: Washington Square
283.11   Wilson A. Bentley: Photomicrographs of snowflakes
283.12   Richard Neuhauss: Photomicrographs of snowflakes
283.13   Mitch Dobrowner: Storms
 
  
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