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Washington, DC Metro Area Lightning Mapping Array

The Washington, DC Lightning Mapping Array is a joint demonstration project involving NASA, NOAA, and New Mexico Tech. The network locates the total lightning activity inside storms using a network of ten stations around the greater metropolitan DC area.

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