A Boeing 787-Dreamliner took off from the Pacific Coast with a flight plan. That flight plan took shape over most of the country, including some time on Colorado air space. According to Flightradar 24, (which tracks aircraft and flight paths all over the world) this aircraft (call sign: BOE004) flew over Northern Colorado on it's way to making its huge twin-engine airplane image.

The details of this flight are limited. There's currently no information on what time this flight took off, but it did land in the 10 a.m. (Mountain Time) hour today. Boeing has not released any information as of this writing, but the results are cool. For aircraft nerds like myself, this is awesome!