A U.S. Navy plane travels through a flow-induced vaporization off the coast of South Korea on July 7, 1999. (45/77)

A U.S. Navy plane travels through a flow-induced vaporization off the coast of South Korea on July 7, 1999.

This phenomenon occurs when planes of a certain shape travel through humid air, causing abrupt air temperature and pressure variations that create the kinds of oddly-shaped vapor clouds seen above.

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