Footage of tornadoes is both mesmerizing and terrifying. It can also be highly educational for scientists. Using high-resolution video, National Geographic Explorer Anton Seimon is trying to understand how tornadoes act where they impact humans the most—on the ground.
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Seimon and his team captured this footage of tornadoes in the Midwest in June 2017. They’re hoping to use crowdsourced footage of the same storms to create a 3-D map that will give them further insight into how these deadly storms behave.
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Captivating Storm Footage From Nat Geo Storm Chasers | National Geographic