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Strong Thermal Emission Velocity Enhancement

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A Strong Emission Velocity Enhancement visits Glacier Bay on the night of August 30, 2019. Steve is a strip of ionized gas moving through the air at about four miles per second, with temperatures as high as 10,800 degrees Fahrenheit - as hot as the earth's core. It is about 16 miles wide and thousands of miles long, flowing from east to west.
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Russ Taylor
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A Strong Emission Velocity Enhancement visits Glacier Bay on the night of August 30, 2019. Steve is a strip of ionized gas moving through the air at about four miles per second, with temperatures as high as 10,800 degrees Fahrenheit - as hot as the earth's core. It is about 16 miles wide and thousands of miles long, flowing from east to west.