Shocking NASA Satellite Photo of SE America
Contrails or Con?
From Harry <firstname.lastname@example.org>
October 13, 2004
Posted at Jeff Rense:
The following URL links to today's NASA Astronomy Picture of the Day and
goes into explaining the multiple 'contrails' over Georgia and other states.
It seems to be disinformation, as if they are trying to get the public accustomed
Contrail Clutter over Georgia
Credit: MODIS, Terra Satellite, NASA
Explanation: Artificial clouds made by humans may become so common they
change the Earth's climate. The long thin cloud streaks that dominate
the above satellite photograph of Georgia are contrails, cirrus clouds
created by airplanes. The exhaust of an airplane engine can create a contrail
by saturating the surrounding air with extra moisture. The wings of a
plane can similarly create contrails by dropping the temperature and causing
small ice-crystals to form. Contrails have become more than an oddity
- they may be significantly increasing the cloudiness of Earth, reflecting
sunlight back into space by day, and heat radiation back to Earth even
at night. The effect on climate is a topic of much research. You can help
NASA measure the actual abundance of contrails by participating in a contrail
counting exercise that runs over the next two days. (See link, "help
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