This lightning strike on the plane's wing

Thats actually awesome.

Well that was shocking

Can someone explain why it diffuses in a straight line like that? So cool they caught it on video

That is also the longest lasting lightning strike I have ever seen. It like sizzles out. Wow

Airplanes are designed to take lighting strikes without damage or harming the passengers. Obviously they’re still gonna check it out when they land but it’s actually fairly common and unless you see it you probably won’t even know that the plane you’re in gets struck.

I think it's slowed down.

/sub/whyweretheyfilming

FTFY

There's someoneonthewing... some THING!

William Shatner, is this you?