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Rare Photo Captures Sprites, Gravity Waves Over Hurricane Matthew

A series of extremely rare bursts of light lit up the night sky near Puerto Rico over the weekend, creating a spectacular display that one eagle-eyed photographer was fortunate to capture. At least 28 of these electrical discharges called sprites flashed directly above thunderstorms brought by the barreling, category 4 Hurricane Matthew on Saturday, photographer Frankie Lucena told The Huffington Post.
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