Have you seen vapour trail produced by a high flying aeroplane? What can be a possible explaination for this?

The solution is as follows:

1. The vapour trail seen is due to formation of ice and dry ice in the atmosphere.

2. These airplanes fly in higher layer of troposphere or lower layer of stratosphere. These layers have low temperatures.

3. When CO and H2O come out of plane as a result of complete combustion, they get solidified due to sudden change in temperature.

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The vapour trail left by an aeroplane has a very simple explanation. When a plane flies, the air that it's engine releases gets condensed and makes a beautiful pattern in the sky.

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when th plane takes off then it leaves air out of the plane. while doing this it gets condensed in the atmospere and seems to us like a beautiful pattern or something like that we feel something is their in the sky .
generally i leaves a trail of white colour.
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The vapour trail left by an aeroplane has a very simple explanation. When a plane flies, the air that it's engine releases gets condensed and makes a beautiful pattern in the sky.
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the plane takes off then it leaves air out of the plane. while doing this it gets condensed in the atmospere and seems to us like a beautiful pattern or something like that we feel something is their in the sky . generally i leaves a trail of white colour.
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