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Making Clouds by NamelessFaithlessGod Making Clouds by NamelessFaithlessGod
Dassault Rafale C at the Royal International Air Tattoo 2013
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:iconmorningstarskid:
morningstarskid Nov 28, 2013  Professional Artist
...... oh yea
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davincipoppalag Jul 25, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
fantastic
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:iconmidway2009:
Midway2009 Jul 25, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Great shot! :wow: It's so cool to see when a plane breaks the sound barrier! :pride: :zest:
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:iconnamelessfaithlessgod:
Actually the aircraft did not break the sound barrier. Aircraft are not permitted to do that at airshows. This is just vapour created when pulling high G in humid conditions. I'm afraid I don't know the science behind it, maybe somebody who is may fill me in,  but when ever their is moisture in the air aircraft will create these clouds of vapour when pulling G.
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Midway2009 Jul 25, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Oh. I didn't know that.
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:iconpuzz1c4t:
It's not necessary for the plane to break the sound-barrier. High-G-maneuvers are enough to create severe pressure-differences which try to balance themselves. In the resulting turbulence-field there are eddys in which the pressure is extremely low. This causes the air to be cooled down. If the Dew-point for the local moisture-level is underrun the water-vapor condensates instantaniously. Because of the high fluctuation the eddys dissolve as fast as they emerge from the turbulence. As soon as the temperature is high enough again the condensed water vapourizes. Thats the "blinking clouds" as well as the "smoke"-trails you see at the tip of the wings. 
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Midway2009 Jul 25, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Your right. I've seen it happen before.
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Crescendolls187 Jul 25, 2013  Student Digital Artist
Nice photo! :aww:
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