Saturday, October 10, 2015

International Airspace Flag

International Airspace is another area of the planet that is an ill defined frontier zone, where the laws of the nations dive into the gray ambiguous zone.  This flag represents International Airspace and is composed of the colours black, white, violet, and yellow.  It has bright and dark colours so it can seen during dim and sunny sky conditions. 

International Airspace is still in its infancy and will be regulated and more structured as the years progress.  A low estimate puts this barrier at 19 miles above the Earth, since this is the highest airplanes and balloons can fly.  

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