posted on Apr, 7 2019 @ 03:06 PM
as far as i understand the green isn't from fuel like some zip type fuel.
i have not personally seen this bird so i have to go on second hand reports, that being said the reports say that the aircraft leaves a semi
persistent green luminescent trail.
that sounds like some sort or more 'exotic' energy dump effecting the air around the aircraft to glow like a neon light. if some part of its
propulsion is dumping so much energy into the area for whatever reason the air will glow and depending how much power and if there is anything else
going on like exotic gas being used or other methods of dumping the energy into the air is used the color of the glow will be different and persist
until the photons drop to their ground state.
i think there is something more interesting going on with the green color than simple combustion.
the yellow light is older than the green girl but the yellow is still seen. heck i've seen the yellow fast mover, and honestly the way it moves is
sadly some aircraft never see the light of civilian daylight, just ask the nighthawks buddy.