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Giant "portals" in the sky: Mysterious Fallstreak Holes

Added Fri, 14/07/2023
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Fri, 14/07/2023

The world of celestial phenomena is full of mysteries and amazing natural phenomena. One such phenomenon is Fallstreak holes, which look like giant "portals" to another dimension. These bizarre clouds attract attention with their huge size and unusual shape. However, despite their frightening appearance, these fall holes are completely safe and pose no threat.

Holes from falls occur as a result of the passage of the aircraft through the cloud cover of the average level. These clouds contain "supercooled" water droplets that have not yet had time to freeze at temperatures below 0°C (32°F). When an airplane passes through these clouds, it brings with it ice crystals that cause the droplets to expand and cool. As a result of this process, the droplets are pushed over the edge of the cloud and freeze, forming a large gap in the cloud cover.

Fallstreak holes can have various shapes and sizes, but most often they have a round or elliptical shape. They can continue to expand for several hours after the plane passes, as neighboring droplets continue to freeze. This gives the impression that the hole is the entrance to another dimension.

It is interesting to note that holes from falls are not a rare phenomenon and can occur at any time of the year. They are caused by the passage of commercial jet aircraft through the cloud cover. Therefore, the best place to see one of these holes is the airport.

Such natural phenomena have always attracted the attention of scientists and researchers. One of the experts studying Fallstreak holes is Professor Alexander Higginson, a well-known expert in the field of atmospheric phenomena. He believes that these holes represent a unique opportunity to study cloud processes and atmospheric conditions.

"Fallstreak holes are an amazing phenomenon that allows us to better understand how clouds form and what processes occur in the atmosphere," says Professor Higginson. "Studying these holes helps us expand our knowledge of weather and climate."

Historical data indicate that the first mention of holes from falls appeared at the beginning of the XX century. Then this phenomenon caused special interest and surprise of scientists. Since then, much has been studied and discovered in the field of atmospheric phenomena, but the Fallstreak holes still remain a mystery.

Modern research shows that holes from falls can be not only bizarre clouds, but also some other forms. For example, in 2016, a phenomenon was noticed in Australia, which was called a "sea hole". It was a huge cloud in the shape of a round hole that appeared over the sea and aroused the great interest of scientists and nature lovers.

So, Fallstreak holes are an amazing phenomenon that attracts attention with its mysterious appearance. They are the result of aircraft passing through a medium-level cloud cover and represent a unique opportunity to study atmospheric processes. Despite their frightening appearance, these holes do not pose any threat and are not often found in our daily lives.

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