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In Photos: Mysterious Radar Blob Puzzles Meteorologists

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On June 4, 2013, meteorologists in Huntsville, Ala., noticed a "blob" on their radar screen that looked like a strong thunderstorm, despite the fact the…Read More »





sun was shining and not a drop of rain could be found within a few hundred miles. After some sleuthing, and several wacky explanations, the scientists identified the culprit as man-made: a military test.    Less «
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