I have come across this satelite image of con/chemtrails over the USA.
All i can say is "wow".. they certainly seem deliberately positioned to fill
an entire area of airspace. IMHO I also would have thought that contrails wouldn't be so thick and so viewable from space... which leads me to
believe that "chem" might well be the word here.
Anyway, without further delay, here is the image esamultimedia.esa.int...
Your right, there are alot of planes flying around. I just wonder how do the contrails end up parallel to eachother. about five days ago I saw 3
trails parallel to eachother where I live. They were low, or large, and I saw a plane the looked similar to a KC-10 flying near one, lower than the
usual commercial air traffic.
Flight routes HAVE to be close to each other. The minimum horizontal serperation isn't that much. it's only a mile or two IIRC. The size of the
countrail is going to depend on the plane, and the conditions. And there are still quite a few planes that look like a KC-10 flying out there.
While vertical minimum separation has been reduced, aircraft still must stay at least 5 nautical miles away from planes at the same altitude. The
FAA’s air traffic control en route centers closely monitor all aircraft flying at high-altitudes. Separation Regulations
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