Nasa All Set For Testing Aircrafts That Will Be Faster Than The Sound

NASA ready to test faster aircraft than voice


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The US space agency NASA  Voice is also ready to test the speed of aircraft and perform publicly. In general, its speed will be 1,512 kilometers per hour, which can be increased up to 1,593 km per hour. Despite this fast speed, this plane will not make sound (supersonic boom) at all.
Nasa All Set For Testing Aircrafts That Will Be Faster Than The Sound
Nasa All Set For Testing Aircrafts That Will Be Faster Than The Sound

Landing of supersonic aircraft is banned in US , because with the strong voice generated, high buildings are at risk of harm. Earlier, while making some changes in Jet Fighter F / A-18, NASA had shown that there could be no way to move towards creating unconcerned supersonic aircraft. The Space Agency conducted this test in 2011 with the help of the US Army on California's Edward Air Force Base. Now using F / A-18, Armstrong, Langley Research Center, Virginia and Johnson Space Center, a team of Texas scientists, is going to do many tests in November this year. Its purpose is to gather data for supersonic passenger aircraft.


The Gulf Coast will be tested in the city

This test will be done in the Gulf Coast city of South America. It is located on the coast of Mexico Bay. During the trial, 500 citizens will also be asked what they heard and what they felt during the flight. At the same time, audio sensors placed throughout the city will tell researchers about the intensity of scientific information and sound. According to Alexandra Lubeau, head of NASA team of Sunic Boom Community Response in Langley, we never really know what people will listen to. There are no instruments to measure sound in people's houses, but we can guess what they heard.
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