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NASA Probe Seeks Sonic Booms
March 25, 2016
As it pursues plans to build a low-boom supersonic X-plane, NASA is testing an air-data probe that could be used to measure the intensity of shockwaves from aircraft, to improve design tools and reduce sonic boom loudness. Developed by Hampton, Virginia-based Eagle Aeronautics and redesigned by NASA...
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