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Aircraft window ice crystals

Aircraft window ice crystals

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RICHARD KAIL / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY RICHARD KAIL / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption

Aircraft window ice crystals. These crystals of frozen water vapour form on aircraft window panes due to the extremely low temperatures encountered at high altitudes. Commercial jets fly at altitudes of 10 kilometres, where air temperatures are around minus 35 degrees Celsius.

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