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Lightning striking airplane may cause strong radiation?
Melbourne, Australia - The "Journal for Geophysical Research" warns the sector by a s study
The "Journal for Geophysical Research-Atmospheres" produced a study conducted by Joseph Dwyer of the Florida Institute of Technology in Melbourne, hypothesizing that radiations received while flying near lighting have a potential equal to 400 X-rays, as those used in radiography. Commercial aircraft are struck by lighting on average, two times per year, so the importance to investigate further this...
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