WHY is there a WHITE CLOUD? Explained by CAPTAIN JOE

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DonĀ“t these videos of departing aircraft look ever so cool, as they hurtle down the runway, but why is there white smoke, fog or whatever you want to call it, within the engines?
What you see here, is actually a miniature cloud generating in front of the engine compressor.

So today I`ll be explaining how this cloud is generate in front of the engine via little experiment.

Here the related question:

I was on a commercial flight in a 737 stationary at idle on a taxiway. It had recently stopped raining so the relative humidity was likely near 100% and the air temperature was about "light jacket" level. I was in a window seat forward of the engine intake so I could see the whole intake.

Every 30 seconds or so a cloud would burst into existence across the entire jet intake and be sucked away in perhaps one quarter of a second. Was it really a tiny cloud that I was seeing and what bit of thermodynamics was causing it? Why was it periodic?

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