Red Sprite Cluster May 20 2012 04:45:41.408 UT
This sprite cluster occurred 30 km west of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Interestingly, it is possible that the tallest sprite element intersected with a meteor and it is being studied at the moment.
Also in the image above mesospheric gravity waves are evident. I made a time-lapse movie of the gravity waves in motion and it is posted here: Gravity Waves over Oklahoma Panhandle
Video with VLF-ELF and 2.5 MHz radio emissions at left is expandable to full screen. ESC returns movie to small format. In the video I magnified the meteor which occurs during the span of the 04:45:39 second.
Data : +CG lightning stroke
Location: 35.5542 N, -98.0715 W
Peak Current: 108 kA
Azimuth 87.25 degrees Range 708 km
For researchers: : Time-lapse .gif of meteor only
Thomas Ashcraft : Heliotown Observatory
35. 50 N -105.89 W New Mexico