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Remember the sound of thunder—that ripping, booming, crash that makes your bedroom window rattle? It’s usually preceded by a flash of lightning that dances across the sky. Have you ever wondered what a thunderstorm looked like up close? Really close? Can you imagine meeting a thunderstorm where it lives—in the clouds? One man did. And he lived to tell

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