An Australian astronomer recorded a rare phenomenon known as red dwarfs in the sky, above New Wales.
Forty-four year old David Finley from Australia recorded this natural phenomenon quite accidentally.
“I put the camera on and in a few minutes, literally, the sky began to shine the dwarfs. And I could not believe it.”
“I thought that I would be happy if I managed to record at least one. But they continued to fall,” he said.
Red dwarfs, or ghosts as they often call them, are electrically discharged into the atmosphere.
These electrical discharges, unlike ordinary lightning, appear high above the clouds.
Hence why they are often referred to as inverted lightning, and occur at almost the same height at which meteors burn in the atmosphere.
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