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    • Characteristics of lightning flashes generating dancing sprites above thunderstorms 

      Soula, Serge; Mlynarczyk, Janusz; Fullekrug, Martin; Georgis, Jean-Francois; Pineda Rüegg, Nicolau; Van der Velde, Oscar Arnoud; Montañá Puig, Juan; Fabró Tàpia, Ferran (2017)
      Conference lecture
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      During the night of October 29-30, 2013, a low-light video camera at Pic du Midi (2877 m) in the French Pyrénées, recorded TLEs above a very active storm over the Mediterranean Sea. The minimum cloud top temperature reached ...
    • Characteristics of lightning flashes generating sprites above storms (i-DUST) 

      Soula, Serge; Van der Velde, Oscar Arnoud; Montañá Puig, Juan; Fullekrug, Martin; Mezentsev, Andrew; Mlynarczyk, Janusz (EDP Sciences, 2016)
      Conference report
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      Sprites are Transient Luminous Events (TLEs) that can extend vertically from 40 to 90 km and horizontally over several tens of km to form clusters of individual or multiple column or/and carrot-shaped luminous elements. ...
    • Dancing sprites: detailed analysis of two case studies 

      Soula, Serge; Mlynarczyk, Janusz; Fullekrug, Martin; Pineda Rüegg, Nicolau; Georgis, Jean-Francois; Van der Velde, Oscar Arnoud; Montañá Puig, Juan; Fabró Tàpia, Ferran (2017-03-27)
      Article
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      On 29–30 October 2013, a low-light video camera installed at Pic du Midi (2877¿m), recorded transient luminous events above a very active storm over the Mediterranean Sea. The minimum cloud top temperature reached -73°C, ...
    • Time and space correlation between sprites and their parent lightning flashes for a thunderstorm observed during the HyMeX campaign 

      Soula, Serge; Defer, E.; Fullekrug, Martin; Van der Velde, Oscar Arnoud; Montañá Puig, Juan; Bousquet, O.; Mlynarczyk, Janusz; Coquillat, S.; Pinty, J.P.; Rison, William; Krehbiel, P.; Thomas, R.; Pedeboy, S. (American Geophysical Union (AGU), 2015-11-27)
      Article
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