Christian Holub
February 27, 2017 AT 01:20 PM EST

Bill Paxton died this weekend at the age of 61 after complications from surgery, but his prolific film legacy is still remembered and loved by his fans. In particular, his 1996 blockbuster Twister is well-regarded by the storm chaser community.

Twister, in which Paxton and Helen Hunt play storm chasers gathering data on tornadoes, not only helped raise Paxton’s own profile after supporting roles in movies like Aliens, it also brought wider recognition to the storm chaser profession. So in the wake of Paxton’s death, those same storm chasers decided to pay tribute to the actor.

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Using apps like RadarScope Pro, storm chasers planned through Facebook groups to spell out Paxton’s initials, “BP,” across the tornado country of Kansas and Oklahoma. When looked at in RadarScope, the chasers’ GPS signals formed the letters. Check it out below.

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