At 3,836 mph, which way does the air flow?

Published: 15/03/2019
At 3,836 mph, which way does the air flow?
Source: WWW.SPACEDAILY.COM

Buffalo NY (SPX) Mar 14, 2019 If you've ever been to an air show, or lived near an air force base, you're familiar with sonic booms. These deafening noises are created by aircraft exceeding the speed of sound, roughly 767 mph. They explain, in part, why passenger airliners cruise the skies at slower and less auditorily offensive speeds. University at Buffalo aerospace engineer James Chen is work

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