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NASA captures stunning images of the combination of shockwaves from two supersonic jets NASA | intersecting shock waves | Supersonic jets | Supersonic speed | Pictures of shock waves

NASA has captured groundbreaking images of shock waves from two supersonic aircraft as part of their effort to develop aircraft that can fly faster than the speed of sound without creating a thundering sound boom, the US Space Agency said. The images were taken during the fourth phase of Air-to-Air Background Schlieren flights or AirBOS, which took place at NASA's …

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NASA has captured the supersonic waves of two jets by transferring new technologies to an old idea

The Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) in the United States and foreign air traffic controllers have severe restrictions on supersonic aircraft flying over populated areas due to the annoying and harmful sounds and shockwaves they produce. NASA hopes that the X-59A can fly through its shape at 55,000 feet and cross at Mach 1.4 without anyone feeling a bit more pronounced …

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NASA visualizes supersonic waves in a new, impressive way

With the Schlieren photo technique, NASA was able to record the first air-to-air images of the interaction of shock waves from two supersonic aircraft flying in formation. NASA To obtain this image, originally monochromatic and pictured here as a colored composite image, NASA flew a B-200 to about 30,000 feet while the pair of T-38s were in formation and at …

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Mad waves in the ocean cook marine ecosystems, new study notes

The number of days of intense heat waves in the ocean has risen by more than 50 percent in the last 30 years, and has destroyed the marine ecosystems when they were hit, according to a new study. Several regions in the Pacific The Atlantic Ocean and the Indian Ocean are particularly susceptible to water temperatures at the "Warm Range …

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Study says that heat waves in the air spread like "forest fires"

Before and after photos of coral bleaching on the Lizard Island of the Great Barrier Reef. Photo: The Ocean Agency / XL Catlin Seaview Survey I remember the term "Marine Heatwave" gaining popularity sometime in 2018. It's one of those concepts where scientists start talking to ordinary people to make sure everything they study or discover sinks into our underused …

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Q & A: The other "Donald" makes news in Hanoi Waves Vietnam

Hanoi, Vietnam – Days before US President Donald Trump arrived at his meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Hanoi, another Donald made waves in the Vietnamese capital. That was "Billionaire Donald," as He calls himself, or Russell White, the other name that the 61-year-old Canadian himself called, because the search for Donald at Google would produce the …

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Get ready for gravitational waves all day and every day

In the sprawling concert venue of our Universe, black holes often collide and create cosmic pelvic thrusts known as gravitational waves. These collisions often occur along with other astronomical activities that cause these spacetime disturbances, so that a wave can flow through any part of the universe at any one time. However, since the waves calm down to a murmur …

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Gravitational Waves: Black hole detector for upgrade

Image copyright NSF Caption The LIGO Louisiana Laboratory, where gravitational waves were detected, is ready to be upgraded The British and US governments have announced a £ 25m upgrade for the machines that discovered gravitational waves three and a half years ago. With the improved instruments, collisions of black holes can be detected almost twice as far away. By 2024, …

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Gravitational waves will solve the cosmic riddle

When neutron stars collide, they emit light and gravitational waves, as shown in the artist's picture. By comparing the timing of the two emissions from many different neutron star fusions, researchers can measure how fast the universe expands. Picture credits: R. Hurt / Caltech-JPL Measurements of gravitational waves from about 50 binary neutron stars over the next decade will definitely …

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The constant mystery of the towering waves of the ocean

At 15:00 on New Year's Day 1995, work on the deck of the Norwegian Draupner oil platform was discontinued, standing isolated in the middle of the stormy North Sea. The wind had become too strong, the waves were blowing and it was no longer safe to be outside. But one wave eclipsed the others. It was 84 feet tall – …

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