As it gears up to measure the public acceptability of reduced sonic booms, NASA is seeking proposals for an audio system capable of capturing high-resolution acoustic data from flights of its Lockheed Martin X-59 QueSST low-boom demonstrator over communities across the U.S. An array of ground recording systems (GRS) would be deployed over an area approximately 30 x 50 nm. to gather acoustic data across the entire sonic-boom carpet under the flight path of the aircraft. The systems must be ...

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