Otago Daily Times Includes Image of Aerosol Trail Described As “Dark Oily-looking”

In the 15th of June, 2016 edition of the Otago Daily Times in The Wash section by Dave Cannan were these images of aerosol trails with a description of what Maria Aiau called a really dark oily-looking trail she photographed from Dunedin on Monday the 13th of June.  Thankfully, there was no disinformation and mention of it being a “vapour” trail, as the mainstream media is apt to do.  It clearly was not. More here in updates: https://chemtrailsnorthnz.wordpress.com/2016/06/16/more-on-that-dark-oily-looking-aerosol-trail-shown-in-the-otago-daily-times-on-june-the-15th/

If you wish to write to the editor regarding this, the email address is: editor@odt.co.nz 

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4 Responses to Otago Daily Times Includes Image of Aerosol Trail Described As “Dark Oily-looking”

  1. South Canterbury Sky Watch says:

    Is there a link anywhere, with this image in the ODT online???

  2. rossmarsden says:

    Here is the Facebook version of “The Wash” carrying a piece about the trail

    It says, in part,

    Well, our email inbox was kept busy today with responses from readers to Maria’s observation and I have chosen one, from Maurice Cleland, who not only provided the answer but also sent a photo which shows the aircraft a little more clearly.
    He writes: “Hi Dave, This is a photo that I took of Maria’s mysterious flying object on Monday evening, flight radar24 shows it to be Qantas flight QF28 (Boeing 747-438) flying from Santiago to Sydney flying at 38,000 feet (around 11.5 km)
    ”It looked like thick smoke pouring out of the engines but was in fact water vapour condensing and forming ice crystals. ccasionally we see the sun glinting off these high flyers just on or after dusk but this was very impressive.”

    So there you have it; condensation trail after all.
    Cheers.

    • It lasted for 15-20 minutes according to eyewitnesses and photos from Barbara Hearn posted in the next post show it had puff-like formations at regular intervals along the bottom edge, suggesting a piston pump was used to eject the aerosol matter. A condensation trail is smooth, without puff-like formations along the bottom edge and they do not last more than 2 mins, unless of course you are a disinformation agent who works for MetService.

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