Japan Finds Success In Low-Boom Test

Credit: Silent Supersonic Concept Model: JAXA
Japan says the flight test of a supersonic model over Sweden has validated its concept for a low sonic-boom design. The drop test in July was the first flight of an aircraft designed to reduce both front and rear shock waves, the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency says. The D-SEND 2 test was...

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