Here one lightning checked for accuracy
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Sometimes it is possible to check the accuracy og the system.
A lightning in a church steeple - the time is known, and the strongest in nearby
The roof is copper and acts as a lightning rod, so nothing happened

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m08AyK9Sr4w


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(2015-08-18, 09:02)RichoAnd Wrote: Sometimes it is possible to check the accuracy og the system.
A lightning in a church steeple - the time is known, and the strongest in nearby
The roof is copper and acts as a lightning rod, so nothing happened

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m08AyK9Sr4w

It seems that the strike falling down above of shown point, "see" the steeple just 20 m above ground, bend up and strike. So marked shown point is exactly right.
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Well, what does the 'point' mean when a lightning is some thousand meters long and probably has also some branches?

Thanks for sharing, RichoAnd
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