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World airline traffic time lapse
This is a 24 hour observation of all of the large aircraft flights in the world, condensed down to 1 min.
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#1 Posted by
on 2 March, 2011, 11:21
Goodness.. that IS interesting. meow purr
#2 Posted by
on 2 March, 2011, 11:32
damn, usa and europe where pretty much fully yellow for the entire time, intense.
#3 Posted by
on 2 March, 2011, 15:29
O_O I'm surprised there's little reports of air collisions after seeing that. Wow, I never realized how much flights are in progress in one day alone.
#4 Posted by
on 2 March, 2011, 17:14
I would be interested to see a weeks worth. They you would be able to tell where people go on vacation
#5 Posted by
on 2 March, 2011, 21:54
It was interesting to see the wave of air traffic flying into Europe in the morning and another wave flying out in the afternoon.
#6 Posted by
on 8 March, 2011, 21:38
#7 Posted by
on 8 March, 2011, 21:54
It was weird how the traffic died out in Japan at night.
#8 Posted by
on 21 July, 2015, 21:48
That's a cool video. I read on Google that there are over half a million airplane passengers in the air at any given time and over 3000 airplanes in the air at any given time.
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