The Aftermath Of a Pilot Ejecting an Aircraft at Supersonic Speed

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Supersonic speed is the speed at which something’s rate of travel “surpasses”, or is speedier than, the speed of sound. Flight technology amid World War II prompted to the production of the primary rocket-and fly fueled airplane. The initially perceived flight surpassing the speed of sound by a kept an eye on air ship in controlled level flight was performed in 1947 by the test Bell X-1 test about rocket planes. One would believe that notwithstanding considering launching at such exceedingly quick speed would be inconceivable. This video from the Discovery Channel takes a look at such impacts in the consequence of catapulting at supersonic speed. Exceedingly intriguing.

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