NASA finally carried out its plan to make man-made clouds on the East Coast
Typically, when NASA is planning on launching something it goes off without a hitch. Sometimes storms, wind, or other unforeseeable circumstances push the launch window back a few hours, or maybe a day or two, but things almost always get back on track fairly quickly. That most certainly hasn't been the cast with the agency's plan to launch a cloud-building rocket on the East Coast, having been over and over again for over a month due to imperfect conditions and other issues. Well, NASA finally got the clear skies they were looking for and managed to successfully send its craft skyward, creating some seriously funky looking clouds that were visible from New York to North Carolina.
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