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  • Watching for the Brown Mountain Lights

    A team Appalachian State Univeristy researchers led by Dr. Daniel Caton have set up video cameras to look for the Brown Mountain Lights. This overnight video shows the distant lights of Lenoir and other towns as planes and occasional meteors pass overhead as long streaks. Each frame represents 60 seconds.

A team Appalachian State Univeristy researchers led by Dr. Daniel Caton have set up video cameras to look for the Brown Mountain Lights. This overnight video shows the distant lights of Lenoir and other towns as planes and occasional meteors pass overhead as long streaks. Each frame represents 60 seconds. Daniel Caton
A team Appalachian State Univeristy researchers led by Dr. Daniel Caton have set up video cameras to look for the Brown Mountain Lights. This overnight video shows the distant lights of Lenoir and other towns as planes and occasional meteors pass overhead as long streaks. Each frame represents 60 seconds. Daniel Caton

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