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  • World Air Traffic Over 24 hours

    Amazing, the number of aircraft in the air at any given time. Each little bright blip is an airplane. Notice the dark area that moves from right to left, nighttime, and how the air traffic changes directions as day changes to night and vice versa.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z1US_4uf4YE

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    Re: World Air Traffic Over 24 hours

    that my friend is unreal.. makes me what to say on the ground .
    Keith R
    PA 1-52 - South Central PA VRA
    Vulcan 900 Classic LT

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    • #3
      Re: World Air Traffic Over 24 hours

      as i deal with radar systems....when you see how many are flying around, you quiver each time you get on a plane
      Aloha

      Derry ~DaBull~
      Bullock
      Former VRA USA National President
      President, NW Florida VRA Chapter 1-6
      Crestview, Florida
      2012 Vulcan Voyager 1700
      (Previous 2005 Vulcan Nomad 1600)

      ~If you fool with Da Bull...You're gonna get the Horn


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        DaBull, a long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, I trained on Radar in the Navy. During breaks at school, we would power up the radar unit and follow people as they walked by. Many of them became quite nervous and started to walk rather quickly. Of course, we did not turn on power to the transmitter, only the antenna drive. We were finally told, that it better not happen again, as one of the people we followed was an officer, out of uniform.

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        • #5
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          lol....ahhh the humor of a radar operator

          we used to send new guys out to the store for radar paint
          Aloha

          Derry ~DaBull~
          Bullock
          Former VRA USA National President
          President, NW Florida VRA Chapter 1-6
          Crestview, Florida
          2012 Vulcan Voyager 1700
          (Previous 2005 Vulcan Nomad 1600)

          ~If you fool with Da Bull...You're gonna get the Horn


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