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Visualizing a Full Day of Airplane Paths in the U.S.

How many airplanes are above our heads during the height of the day?

Aaron Koblin knows the answer: It can be more than 19,000 in the United States. And thanks to his wizardry with FAA data, we can see how these aircraft drift from city to city in this mesmerizing computer visualization.

Read more at The Atlantic Cities.

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