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We're not that many months away from space
30 Dec 2011
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9 Feb 2012
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Compilation of various jets breaking the sound barrier and creating the ever so beautiful sonic boom.
18 Mar 2013
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Turkish Stars, aerobatic teams of Turkish Air Forces. One of the rare supersonic capable aerobatic team.
22 Mar 2006
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F-111 is a multipurpose tactical fighter bomber capable of supersonic speeds, The two crew members sit side-by-side in a pressurized cockpit module that serves as an emergency escape. Executing a "dump & burn" the dispose of excess fuel.
16 Jul 2006
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Instead, the general consensus among more informed observers is that Iran's new fighter is a modified F-5E Tiger II fighter. the F-5E was an early 1970s era low-cost export fighter update of the 1960s-era F-5A fighter/ T-38 supersonic trainer, and it proved very popular with US allies. While Northrop Grumman's F-5 page doesn't mention Iran as an F-5 customer, the Shah's air force most certainly was. Twin tails, wings mounted above the intakes with the addition of leading edge strakes, and new avionics would appear to be the major modifications. The reports were careful not to tout new engines or the ability to fire medium-range missiles, for instance, and barring Russian assistance a radar that would be on par with even the AN/APG-65 of the 1980s vintage F/A-18As is highly unlikely.
18 Oct 2006
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The F-111 is a multipurpose tactical fighter bomber capable of supersonic speeds. It can operate from tree-top level to altitudes above 60,000 feet (18,200 meters). The F-111 has variable-sweep wings that allow the pilot to fly from slow approach speeds to supersonic velocity at sea level and more than twice the speed of sound at higher altitudes. Wings angle from 16 degrees (full forward) to 72.5 degrees (full aft). Full-forward wings give the most surface area and maximum lift for short takeoff and landing. The F-111 needs no drag chute or reserve thrust to slow down after landing.
8 Oct 2006
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HYDOGG REALISATEUR : F.PITUSSI SCENARIO ET DIALOGUES : F.PITUSSI PRODUCTIONS : LES FILMS ZEN - LES FILMS DE L'ANTICHAMBRE - SUPERSONIC ACTEURS : Bernard VERGNE, Roland BOUVET, Jean Paul DUBOIS, Jean Benoit SOUIL DIRECTEUR DE LA PHOTOGRAPHIE : Arthur CEMIN MONTAGE IMAGE : F.PITUSSI INGENIEUR DU SON : Nicolas COULOT DECORS : Marc SAUSSET MAQUILLAGE SFX : Kate JONES & Ariane MOREAU COSTUMES: Erwan DEFLIGUE SYNOPSIS : Alors quâ??il vient de trouver un rem�¨de-miracle, un m�©decin sans scrupule refuse dâ??aider un myst�©rieux malade. Son refus va inexorablement entra�®ner la mal�©diction �  se retourner contre lui... PROCHAINEMENT...
4 Dec 2006
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A 1960s coldwar supersonic strategic nuclear bomber, and holder of the record for the largest Experimental plane. It could fly at Mach 3.08 and achieve an altitude of 74,000 ft using it's 6 engines. When using the experimental fuel ethyl borane, one engine alone made more noise than any air-breathing engine in history.
9 Dec 2006
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The Tupolev Tu-144 Charger was a supersonic transport aircraft AKA Koncordski, on 15/07/69 it became the first commercial transport to exceed Mach 2, and the fastest commercial airliner ever. Includes footage of the the Paris Air Show 03/06/73 when the aircraft crashed killing 6 on board.
15 Jan 2007
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Footage of the 6-engined XB-70 Valkyrie, a 1960s coldwar supersonic strategic nuclear bomber. Features footage of it's maiden flight, wheel lockup and flameout, and it's infamous collision with an F-104 in 1966.
2 May 2007
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The Lockheed F-104 Starfighter is a single-engine supersonic interceptor aircraft that served with the USAF from 1958 until 1967, and the first combat aircraft capable of sustained speeds above Mach 2. A highly inovative plane designed by Kelly Johnson to meet demands generated by the Korean war, it featured many design firsts.
10 May 2007
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This is what happen when you bomb in deep sea Detonation is a process of supersonic combustion in which a shock wave is propagated forward due to energy release in a reaction zone behind it. It is the more powerful of the two general classes of combustion, the other one being deflagration. In a detonation, the shock compresses the material thus increasing the temperature to the point of ignition. The ignited material burns behind the shock and releases energy that supports the shock propagation. This self-sustained detonation wave is different from a deflagration, which propagates at a subsonic speed (i.e., slower than the sound speed of the explosive material itself), and without a shock or any significant pressure change. Because detonations generate high pressures, they are usually much more destructive than deflagrations.
15 Aug 2007
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The Lightning was an all-British Mach 2 capable supersonic Cold War fighter/interceptor. RAF pilots described it as "being saddled to a skyrocket". Designed as an air superiority fighter, it's role was to defend mainland Britain against bomber attacks. The Lightning served RAF and the Royal Saudi Air Force between 1957 and 1988.
18 Sep 2007
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NBC held a contest for viewers to submit their predictions before the new season of 'Heroes' started and this was our submission. Our prediction involved the power-hungry Sylar and a new Hero, Ryan Crenshaw. Ryan's supersonic voice could be just the thing to stop Sylar, with his newfound super-hearing.
4 Nov 2007
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f-18 goes supersonic
11 Nov 2007
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