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Images Dated 6th July 1998

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Lightning in New Mexico, USA Featured 6 Jul 1998 Image

Lightning in New Mexico, USA

Lightning. Night-time view of multiple bolts of lightning striking the ground. Lightning occurs when a large, electrical charge builds up in a cloud. This is probably due to the rapid movement of water droplets and ice particles within the cloud. Large thunderclouds generally have very turbulent interiors. The charge induces an opposite charge on the ground, and a few "leader electrons" travel to the ground. When one makes contact, there is a huge backflow of energy up the path of the electron. This produces a bright flash of light and temperatures of up to 30, 000 degrees celsius. Photographed near Lordsburg, New Mexico, USA

© KEITH KENT/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Martine McCutcheon actress July 1998 arriving at the 6th birthday party of Stickey Featured 6 Jul 1998 Image

Martine McCutcheon actress July 1998 arriving at the 6th birthday party of Stickey

Martine McCutcheon actress July 1998 arriving at the 6th birthday party of Stickey Fingers restaurant in London owned by former Rolling Stones member Bill Wyman

© Mirrorpix

1990s, Actress, Celebrity, Core204, Decades, Entertainer, Entertainment, Films, Television, Women

Lightning strikes at night, near Tucson, USA Featured 6 Jul 1998 Image

Lightning strikes at night, near Tucson, USA

Lightning. Night-time view of multiple bolts of lightning striking the ground. Lightning occurs when a large, electrical charge builds up in a cloud. This is probably due to the rapid movement of water droplets and ice particles within the cloud. Large thunderclouds generally have very turbulent interiors. The charge induces an opposite charge on the ground, and a few "leader electrons" travel to the ground. When one makes contact, there is a huge backflow of energy up the path of the electron. This produces a bright flash of light and temperatures of up to 30, 000 degrees celsius. Photographed near Tucson, Arizona, USA

© KEITH KENT/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY