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This site by NASA provides an introduction to contrails, the clouds of ice that form around the small particles in aircraft exhaust.  The site presents explanations for how and where these contrails form as well as descriptions of how they evolve.  Visitors are invited to make observations of contrail data.
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aircraft, altitude, contrail, jet trail
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Metadata instance created October 17, 2006 by Ann Deml
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July 25, 2011 by Bruce Mason
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(National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Washington), WWW Document, (http://science-edu.larc.nasa.gov/SCOOL/contrails.html).
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S'Cool: Observing Contrails (National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Washington), <http://science-edu.larc.nasa.gov/SCOOL/contrails.html>.
APA Format
S'Cool: Observing Contrails. (2006, October 17). Retrieved July 30, 2014, from National Aeronautics and Space Administration: http://science-edu.larc.nasa.gov/SCOOL/contrails.html
Chicago Format
National Aeronautics and Space Administration. S'Cool: Observing Contrails. Washington: National Aeronautics and Space Administration, October 17, 2006. http://science-edu.larc.nasa.gov/SCOOL/contrails.html (accessed 30 July 2014).
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S'Cool: Observing Contrails. Washington: National Aeronautics and Space Administration. 17 Oct. 2006. 30 July 2014 <http://science-edu.larc.nasa.gov/SCOOL/contrails.html>.
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@misc{ Title = {S'Cool: Observing Contrails}, Publisher = {National Aeronautics and Space Administration}, Volume = {2014}, Number = {30 July 2014}, Month = {October 17, 2006}, Year = {} }
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