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Lightning on Venus

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New research indicates Venus may have lightning similar to Earth. The lightning may be related to volcanic activity on the surface of the planet.

However, radio signals seem to indicate it is an activity that occurs during the afternoons in a heavy layer of clouds 35 miles above the surface, not from volcanos.

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