Yes, and if a plane is flying in or very near an active cumulonimbus cloud, the chances are fairly high. However, as a precaution planes, generally have some sort of method in allowing it to absorb or channel the electricity somewhere else.
Rarely but it should not effect the plane
I have heard that lightning doesn't strike rubber because they don't attract. Since, airplanes have rubber on their wheels, a lightning bolt won't strike it. Hope that helps!!
Lightning does strike ships.
Yes. Lightning CAN strike anything.
Yes, Lightning can strike many times, it can strike in the same place twice!
The Lightning Strike was created on 2008-10-24.
Lightning can strike at any time of day or night.
Lightning can strike rubber although it is not a good conductor of electricity.
Yes. Lightning can strike just about anything. Since aluminum conducts electricity, it can even attract lightning.
it is closest to the lightning
Lightning can strike at any time of day or night. Worldwide there are about 100 lightning strikes every second.
That depends on the power of the strike, not all trees die after a lightning strike.
Absolutely lightning will strike a boat, aluminum, steel, fiberglass or wood it does not matter.
No they mostly strike the US but lightning strikes everywhere
After a lightning strike, wait in your car until the storm is over. Then, get out of the car if the conditions are safe.
because of the heat of the lightning strike and the electricity going throught it it causes a fire
Lightning not only can strike the same place twice, it frequently does.
As hard as lightning? What kind of question is that?
yes it will strike
No, lightning can occur within the clouds themselves, I'm not certain how but I know lightning doesn't always strike the ground, that I can say.
Lightning tends to strike tall objects such as trees. When lightning does strike a tree it can kill or injure people and animals underneath it.
A lightning bolt A lightning leader A lightning strike A lightning stroke
The lightning strike can get up to 30,000 Celsius which is 6 times hotter than the surface of the sun.
There is no "most deadly lightning strike". Lightning either kills or doesn't.
Yes, lightning can strike at any time during any season. This includes during a snowstorm.