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And Now Youre Gone - Various - Breaking The Barriers With Sound Volume 1 (CD)

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  1. Kagacage says:
    Breaking the Sound BarrierOverviewIn , Chuck Yeager () became the first person to fly faster than the speed of sound. Not only did he prove that the "sound barrier" could be broken, but he set in motion development that has led to the high-speed fighters that are critical to military defense. Source for information on Breaking the Sound Barrier: Science and Its Times: Understanding.
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  8. Zulutilar says:
    Partially, the use of propellers to drive a faster than sound aircraft is problematic, probably impossible. The fastest known propeller driven aircraft was the Republic XF "Thunderscreech" and it was reputed to be so loud as to be clearly audible more than 20 miles away. The tips of the propellers were actually exceeding the speed of sound but even still couldn't generate enough thrust to.

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