Ball Lightning
© Charles Chandler
Here are some precursors to this kind of research. They didn't capture the actual spectrum of ball lightning, but they hypothesized that it was the oxidation of wafts of silicon vapor released from soil that has been struck by lightning.1,2



1. Abrahamson, J.; Dinniss, J. (2000): Ball lightning caused by oxidation of nanoparticle networks from normal. Nature, 403 (6769): 519

2. Paiva, G. S. et al. (2010): Energy density calculations for ball-lightning-like luminous silicon balls. Physics-Uspekhi, 53 (2): 209

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