This Week In Aviation History

20 Years Ago Oct. 19, 1995 ­— Scientists from NOAA and NASA found higher-than-expected levels of sulfur-based aerosols being emitted by Air France’s supersonic Concorde jet, after taking direct measurements of the exhaust trail using a specially equipped NASA ER-2 aircraft that trailed the Concorde...

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