Vela (satellite) (English Wikipedia)

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  • 1. "The Vela 5A satellite". NASA Goddard Space Flight Center. Retrieved 28 October 2015.

  • 5. Dunning, Brian. "Skeptoid #190: The Bell Island Boom". Skeptoid. Retrieved June 19, 2017. quote (emphasis added): "They also picked up large lightning flashes, and it was in part from the Vela satellites that we learned about lightning superbolts. About five of every ten million bolts of lightning is classified as a superbolt, which is just what it sounds like: An unusually large bolt of lightning, lasting an unusually long time: About a thousandth of a second. Superbolts are almost always in the upper atmosphere, and usually over the oceans."

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