[meteorite-list] Smoke Trail

From: Pete Pete <rsvp321_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Wed Sep 13 21:26:26 2006
Message-ID: <BAY104-F10BE417A72D9BA767C2421F8290_at_phx.gbl>

Try a Google search for - contrail shadow -

Lots of images on the returns, too.


From: Mike Groetz <mpg444_at_yahoo.com>
To: "G. Nicula"
Subject: Re: [meteorite-list] Smoke Trail
Date: Wed, 13 Sep 2006 16:31:52 -0700 (PDT)

George and list-
    It is interesting this is brought up; I have seen
the same thing. I always thought it to be an optical
illusion of some sort (like a reflection adjacent to
the contrail) in the atmosphere but now George has me
wondering also.
    Hope someone on the list has some good information
covering this.
    Unless George and I are both goofy and seeing the
same things..

--- "G. Nicula" <treasurehunter_at_chartermi.net> wrote:

> Hello everyone,
> A couple of weeks ago I saw something in the sky
> that I recalled seeing once ten years or so ago. A
> white streak, not unlike that of a passing jet, with
> a shadow of some sort beneath it. This time the
> white streak appeared to be heading down to earth at
> an angle considered foolish for any jet. The
> blackish shadow was a mere copy of the white streak,
> but below it. When I saw this many years ago, I
> thought of it as some kind of shadow cast onto
> something in the air that I couldn't see. But this
> time the angle caused me to think that I may have
> just missed the opportunity to view a daytime
> fireball. Thinking back, I now remember that the
> first time I had seen this there were several
> streaks of this nature. Something I recently read
> about dust has piqued my curiosity.
> Any comments?
> George Nicula>
> Meteorite-list mailing list
> Meteorite-list_at_meteoritecentral.com

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