St. Elmo’s Fire over Georgia, USA.
A pilot captured St. Elmo’s Fire while piloting a Boeing 767 somewhere over Georgia in USA.
Absolutely incredible capture of St. Elmo’s Fire last night by my good buddy @Scuba_F16. He was piloting a Boeing 767 somewhere over Georgia and this crazy weather phenomenon started happening. Never seen it before! pic.twitter.com/U93VqytfUH
— Mike Olbinski (@MikeOlbinski) March 26, 2021
St. Elmo’s fire is a form of plasma. The electric field around the affected object causes ionization of the air molecules, producing a faint glow easily visible in low-light conditions.