Weather ModificationSubmitted by RideTheDirt on Wed, 03/25/2009 - 15:05
So I did some research in the past couple hours. I would first like to say that I only made this thread because I was attacked in the other one ( I didn't post the other thread, I just replied.).
First I saw this video:
I paused it when the tail # was visible, which is at around 2:05
The tail # is N5359P
Google came up with plenty of results; including a report that can be found here:
"To provide adequate coverage of the Target Area with minimum response time to potential seeding candidates, two air-
craft were used. Both aircraft were single engine Piper Comanche (N5359P and N6498P) which were used for base seeding only.
The planes each carried two burn-in-place (BIP) flare racks, each holding 12, with one side holding 40-gram and the other side
holding 75-gram silver iodide flares. Piper Comanche N6498P was based at the Amarillo International Airport, Amarillo, Texas,
throughout the seeding season, and Piper Comanche N5359P was based at Panhandle-Carson County Airport, Panhandle, Texas,
throughout the seeding season. "
I then found the aircraft on the FAA
Type Registration Government
Category Weather Control
So anybody want to prove me wrong?