„Vihar (időjárás)” változatai közötti eltérés

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A [[HD 209458 b]] és a [[HD 80606 b]] nevű Napon túli bolygókon is keletkeztek viharok. Előzőnél 2010. június 23.-án fedezték fel a vihart, 6200 km/órás sebességet mértek nála, míg utóbbinál 17.700 km/órás szeleket produkált a vihar.<ref>{{cite web|last1=Boyle|first1=Alan|title=10 Types Of Alien Weather That Put Earth To Shame|url=http://listverse.com/2014/06/16/10-types-of-alien-weather-that-put-earth-to-shame/|website=Listverse|accessdate=2014-06-16|date=2014-06-16}}</ref>
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