Iridescent Clouds
Taken by Matt Bologna on March 26, 2018 @ Escondido CA
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Took 99 photos with my canon t3i using magic lantern.f/2.8 1.6 seconds ISO 100 Canon 50mm Timelapse on youtube @ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kh5vh6KuWG4
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Great job on the time lapse. Ive been trying to figure out what species of cloud this is. I thought for sure it was a rocket trail, however I cant find any mention of a launch anywhere. The best alternate I can find is ice crystal clouds that, according to satellite weather sites, started the day in Idaho, of all places, and passed through the entire state of Nevada and made it to southern California in time for the sunset. If so, we *NEVER EVER* get these kinds of clouds at these latitudes.
Posted by JoeSC 2018-03-27 02:28:17
It must have been a rocket trail! Just have to find the source, maybe a military test? :)
Posted by LandyGyebnar 2018-03-27 04:41:03
Ive found this on twitter: https://twitter.com/AircraftSpots/status/978375889124704256/photo/1
So there was a missile launch from a submarine near San Diego.
Posted by LandyGyebnar 2018-03-27 07:52:23
I guess that was it. I cant find any other reference, but that makes sense I guess.
Posted by JoeSC 2018-03-27 10:04:31
35 thumbs up
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