Aviation Photo #1088226 McDonnell Douglas DC-9-51 - Northwest Airlines

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I thought this was interesting: you can see the water lines on the fuselage from the morning dew that got blown down the plane during the takeoff roll.. aerodynamics at work folks.
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    Adam Wright
    Northwest Airlines
    McDonnell Douglas DC-9-51
    McDonnell Douglas DC-9 (C-9 Nightingale/Skytrain II)
    McDonnell Douglas DC-9 (C-9 Nightingale/Skytrain II)
    McDonnell Douglas
    48109
    939
    N784NC
    9875
    Minneapolis / St. Paul - International / Wold-Chamberlain Field
    Minnesota
    USA
    July 2006
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Anonymous
11 years ago
What a neat pic! It's both an interesting angle, and you can see the dew! I've seen it plenty of times from the inside but never on the outside. Good catch.

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