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NASA’s working on quieter supersonic flight, which it wants to help commercialize

  • While plenty of people want to fly at supersonic speeds, no one wants other people to fly at supersonic speeds over their homes.
  • That’s because aircraft flying faster than the speed of sound create a trail of deafening sounds called a “boom carpet.”
  • But companies are pressuring the Federal Aviation Administration (the agency responsible for the ban) to reconsider. The agency has said it can’t without data
  • That’s where NASA comes in. It’s spending two weeks this August in Florida, testing booms created by supersonic flight.
  • NASA is also encouraging companies to explore supersonic technology. In 2016, it hired Lockheed Martin to begin designing a new supersonic plane, aiming for sound at the level NASA calls “a quiet sonic thump.” Read more (7/25/17)

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