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Old 5th August 2022, 13:43   #1
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I realized today, as it's an interest I have, no aircraft are leaving contrails, at all, when normally they would be created above 31,000 to 39,000 feet. The atmosphere must be bone dry with no moisture
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Down here in East Anglia, I've noticed that the trails are there initially but don't last long.

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To me, it's interesting, still no trails here and that's tracking several aircraft up to 39,000feet.

And just another silly point, I have never seen so many gliders up at one time.

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