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c.a.

The Living Force
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Huge dust swirls (#dustdevils) near Ribeirão Preto in # Brazil, this September 18th. Video via Stéphane Montiel.



It looks like the fireball that flowed at 4:16 on September 22, 2020 was seen with a wide-angle camera from Fuji toward the northern sky. It flowed slowly over a long path
 
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anka

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I was looking for this one on SOTT but no one has posted it yet, neither there or here. Impressive show.

Sangay Volcano Erupts to 40,000 ft (12.2 km)
September 21, 2020 Cap Allon

Ecuador’s active Sangay Volcano exploded in dramatic fashion over the weekend, firing volcanic ash high into the atmosphere — the explosion was a number of times stronger than those previously observed during the volcano’s recent uptick.

The ‘high-level’ eruption occurred at 04:20 local time on Sunday, September 20 and generated a dense, dark ash plume, but the ‘biggie’ was sandwiched between numerous other powerful blasts that occurred throughout the weekend:


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Also, there is this dramatic video of explosion, allegedly of this event but I was not able to verify it really is the same explosion. No other source mentioned lava burst of this magnitude. Hopefully Spanish speaking members can confirm or dismiss it:

 

c.a.

The Living Force
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Hikers shaken by the passage of the #tornade on the island of #Oléron this afternoon. They are located only a few meters from the phenomenon. Awesome images! Video credit:@BFMTV #météo#CharenteMaritime

A #trombe marine circulated off #Cavalaire , in the #Var , around 1:40 p.m. At the #inverse from that of #Oléron yesterday it did not make landfall and therefore did not turn into #tornade . A snorkel (tornado not touching the ground) was also observed towards Roquebrune..
@LCI

(2/2) It was on a Jupiter-family orbit (a = 2.56 AU, q = 0.29 AU, e = 0.88, i = 2.93, w = 239.67, O = 359.31). Parent body search found no conclusive hits. map
 

treesparrow

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Seem to be a lots of waterspouts about lately.

Waterspout off Cap Corse, Corisca, France - 20 Sept.


Waterspout off Paralia Panteleimonos Greece - 18 Sept.


Huge waterspout tornado hit Rebun Island, Japan - Sep 20.


Waterspout off Klatakan Beach, Jembrana Regency, Bali, Indonesia - Sept. 25


 

mabar

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25 September

This bright meteor overflew the south of Spain on 2020 September 25 at about 23:52 local time (equivalent to 21:52 universal time). It was generated by a rock (a meteoroid) from an asteroid that hit the atmosphere at around 39,000 km/h. It began at an altitude of about 80 km over Seville, and ended at a height of around 26 km over Córdoba.
 

c.a.

The Living Force
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So we have snow today the Refuge @FEEC_cat of Certascan, one of the places of the #PNAltPirineu where it usually precipitates more when storms from the north come, when the clouds collide with the massif of the #PicadEstats located further south and become stagnant in the Valley of #Lladorre

The #glassfire is jumping the river. This is Lodi Road, just west of Silverado Trail at the Napa River. #glasscomplex
 
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