QUOTE (geok @ Feb 25 2011, 04:15 AM)
in that pic coming from left to right a rough guess maybe between 1 or 2 seconds before the explosion. no sorry no frontal video or pentagon. so when the fire ball at pentagon reaches roof hight a still dont know how far the plane would have to be past the explosion for there to be know visual effect on the fire ball from the plane at full speed is there no effect or a meter past the explosion a mile or 10 miles any sort of rough guess would be very helpfull ? thank you for taking the time to read my my inital question and sharing with me your expert knowledge in the matter
i wouldnt expect to see any wake turbulence at any site which contained a large, heat intensive explosion, especially if the only video available is of poor quality, low frames per second, and from the side.
Combine that with this...