F18 Jet High Speed Pass
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A F-18 Super Hornet fighter jet makes a high speed pass at low altitude during an air show, creating a vapor cone.

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The reason that observable clouds sometimes form around high speed aircraft is that humid air is entering low-pressure regions, which also reduces local density and temperature sufficiently to cause water to supersaturate around the aircraft and to condense in the air, thus creating clouds. The clouds vanish as soon as the pressure increases again to ambient levels.
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