I found this on google earth the other night, it is probably just an error ( im a pessimist)
what I think is strange is how the contrail or chemtrail is behind the colored plane. I just thought this was really strange. I wanted to see what you
think about it.
here are the google earth coordinates
To me it looks like the plane is in flight (no shadow directly underneath) the silly coloured plane seems to be the actual shadow based on the fact
that it's translucent, for some reason it's been miscoloured.
the trails are actually the refraction of light inside the lens.
light, reflecting off the actual aircraft goes back into the lens of the satellite, the imaging computer doesn't know how to register the reflection
and gives the opaque shadow appearance of the aircraft and the flare lines.
so this is why the contrail is following the colored plane?
and if it is from the distance, the contrail and the plane are at the same distance between the satellite and earth so why would there be any
difference between the two as far as apparent position???? what you say does not make sense in this regard. I am not attacking you in any way I
respect your opinion.
I was in a C-130 squadron in the marines and we did tons of low level flights. I saw this exact image on the ground from our planes. Its normal.
Sometimes they even look like a rainbow or have a halo around the shadow.
I think there is a miss-understanding here. The "contrails" stretch quite a ways behind the "shadow". I see no colored lines that you mention, all
I see are the two "contrails". And why do you keep bringing up the separation between the "contrail" and colored plane, it is normal for there
to be some separation between the two. how come you can see the contrail go all the way to the front of the regular looking plane, and the regular
plane image has no contrail but its shadow does have a contrail, ? this is what I was wondering about, not the separation between the two that you
want to keep bringing up. also would anybody here know what kind of plane that is??? Anyway I dont want to argue I just wanted to clear up
somethings which I think I did. But in the long run you are probably, most likely right about it just being a photographic error or illusion.
thank you for your service. thats interesting, is it only with C-130s, or all military planes? or is it just with all planes? I have never seen
anything like that with the regular planes I see fly over all the time. And if it is only military planes that do this, what gives them this
characteristic and why? Or is all of this just being caused because of light refraction,and shadows? you saw it with your naked eye? was the sun
glaring off the surface of the plane a certain way?
Thanks again to everybody who have served for our country.
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