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Turns out Dean Cain is a passenger on the plane while the volcano is just a massive pile of CG smoke destroying Hawaii. Also, four minutes into the film a lady on the plane looks at another passenger and says “Hank, right?” like she recognized him, only for the other shoe to drop and reveal these characters have never met and she just decides he should be named Hank. Is that a thing that happens in real life? Or just in the volcanoverse? In any event, I like her moxie.

Ten minutes into the movie and HOLY SHIT WE’RE FLYING A COMMERCIAL JET THROUGH A GODDAMN FIRESTORM!! IT’S HELL ON EARTH PLEASE FASTEN YOUR SEATBELTS! This is more intense action than you’ll find at a back alley fight over a stray dollar bill. It’s like if boners and Christmas joined forces in a flaming apocalypse and tossed in Dean Cain for balance. Surely they’ll fly over the volcano in a matter of minutes, right? Wrong, aerospace bitches! The flight is locked in an autopilot loop because reasons and we’re never leaving this ring of fire!

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“This might have been a good thing to point out before we bought a huge-ass submarine, boarded it, and descended to sixty meters.”


NASA’s SOFIA mission, the Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy, is literally a telescope stuck in the back of a 747 that flies at altitudes higher than typical commercial jets, above the tropopause (the altitude that clouds usually stop at. That gives them a view of the heavens not typically seen out the windows of planes. This video shakes a bit because it’s a handheld camera, but this is the view they get out the window. Despite a full moon, the Milky Way can be seen, in addition to light pollution below penetrating the clouds from a number of cities. Saturn and Mars can be seen at the upper right as the particularly bright dots, plus a lot of meteors. 

anonymous asked:

Does Bella travel by private jet or commercial?

I think that it changes. I think usually when she flies alone for work she does commercial but I’m actually not entirely sure, I know when she first started modeling she flew commercial but Idk if she still does. I know I saw a fan video of her walking through JFK security but I imagine you would still do that even if you went on a private jet at their airport. On vacations or if she’s with Kendall she flies private.

Idk if JetLux or whatever is sponsoring her, both of the times she shouted them out she was on a family vacation and then with Kendall, who is definitely affiliated with them, so she might not have any kind of special deal with them and idk if Bella is reallly at a level where flying private every time she was on a plane (which is like 5-10 times a month) is practical.

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An evil gangster smuggles hundreds of dangerous, venomous snakes on a commercial jet to kill a witness who will testify against him in court.  The plan backfires because the passengers are snake owners en route to a Facebook snake convention in India. Instead of panicking the passengers call the snakes “noodle babies”, “cutie spaghetti”, and “snoot noodles” and tell them that they are adorable little sneks, pretty sneks, and good sneks. The sneks retreat when the passengers boop their snoots.




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LOTS AND LOTS OF JETS AND PLANES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Facebook is planning to test its 747-sized internet drones this summer.

The scheduled test flight would be the first time the full-sized internet drone — called Aquila — will take to the skies. Facebook says the vehicle will have the wingspan of a commercial passenger jet and the length of “six or seven [Toyota] Priuses,” but will only weigh as much as four car tires. The lightweight build should help the craft stay flying for weeks, months, or years at a time, using solar energy to keep itself aloft. 

Juno will cover 2.8 billion kilometers (nearly 1.8 billion miles) during its long, looping voyage. That’s 19 times farther than the distance between Earth and the Sun, and 15 times farther than the closest distance between Earth and Jupiter. If Juno were to fly at the speed of a commercial jet, it would take 342 years to complete its journey!