posted on Jan, 21 2012 @ 11:43 AM
reply to post by Brandon88
The two photos only differ because one was taken through
a car windshield or window, and the other was snapped after exiting the car.
The second photo, showing clouds to the left of the frame, means that the first photo would be the continuation of the second photo, to its left,
correct? A sort of mini-panorama of the sky, then?
OK.....in the second photo, the shorter and dissipating contrail is acting that way because the atmospheric conditions are different, there. Over to
the "left" of that point (the 1st photo), the conditions not only can sustain the clouds, as they are there ---- those SAME conditions mean that the
contrails are longer lasting as well.
I's that simple.
BTW....you said you were on your way to class. Does your school or university have a meteorology department?? If so, you could get corroboration of
the science of contrails ( and the nonsense of "chemtrails") there, by someone who isn't an anonymous stranger on the Internet.........