The more we fly, the worse we get.
In fact, the impact of contrails on climate change is expected to trip by 2050, the study said . Contrails warms the atmosphere, lead researcher Liza Bock, a researcher at the German Aerospace Center, said, as they can be kept in the sky like dust clouds that catch the heat in the atmosphere of the Earth.
"Under suitable conditions, capacitors can continue for a long period of time and sometimes develop in full layer of a cyrus," said the National Meteorological Service.
According to the study, the condensation increase is due to the projected increase in air traffic , which is expected to be 4 times higher in 2050 compared to 2006 levels, and a slight shift of flight routes to higher heights, which favors tropical rainfall formation. eng should be the strongest in North America and Europe, the busiest areas of air traffic in the world, but it will also grow significantly in Asia
Bock said that "there are still some doubts about the overall impact on the climate for the condensation of the crucible and, in particular, their influence on surface temperatures, because the contrail cirrus itself and their influence on the surface are ongoing research topics. But it is clear that they warm the atmosphere. "
Condensation paths are abbreviated, made clouds formed by the heat of the jet engines, and then frozen by the cold temperatures outside the jet." How much moisture is there in the air when seen and when they are formed
There is nothing unpleasant for the condensates, although conspiracy theorists call them "chemical traces," claiming that the planes are spraying toxic chemicals from airplanes.
A study was published in the reviewed journal "Chemistry and Physics of the Ambient Air," the European Unionthe auspices of the Earth.
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