ESA's Space Storm Hunter will chase thunderstorms from the ISS

As if they don’t already have enough on their plate, astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS) are turning storm chasers. On April 13, a 16-m (52-ft) remote controlled robotic arm installed the 314-kg (692-lb) Space Storm Hunter instrument package on Europe’s Columbus laboratory module, where it will make an extensive survey of terrestrial thunderstorms…
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