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NASA Claims Low-Boom Supersonics Breakthrough For Business Jets
April 02, 2012
NASA is claiming a breakthrough in the design of supersonic aircraft, with wind-tunnel tests proving it is possible to design configurations that combine low sonic boom with low cruise drag, characteristics once thought to be mutually exclusive. The tests involved scale models of small supersonic...
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