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The goal has always been to accelerate the adoption of quieter, greener, safer, faster and more efficient planes — even supersonic ones, which travel faster than sound.
The aircraft goes supersonic effortlessly, a far cry from the diminutive X-1 flown by Yeager on October 14, 1947.
The XB-1 by BoomSupersonic airplanes come roaring backRewind two decades or so, and civilians with access to lots of money had a way to travel at supersonic speeds via the Concorde.
THE MOST DARING AEROSPACE INNOVATIONS OF 2020BY ROB VERGER AND CHARLIE WOODDECEMBER 2, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
Boom Supersonic is closer than ever to its goal of introducing supersonic commercial aviation back tot he global stage – the Colorado-based startup unveiled the final design of its XB-1 demonstrator aircraft today.
Founded in 2014, Boom is planning to build a new generation of supersonic passenger jets and sell them to airlines.
It coughed once, sending a beam of supersonic energy into the bodies of both men.
THE PENAL CLUSTERIVAR JORGENSEN (AKA RANDALL GARRETT)
Lee stared at the apparition which swiftly materialized out of the ground haze at the plane's supersonic speed.
THE BRAINALEXANDER BLADE
He knew the exact vibration level of my body, and had set supersonic traps to kill me if I tried to enter.
SHOCK TREATMENTSTANLEY MULLEN
A tiny doll, proportioned like a woman, dashed toward me, shrilling in a supersonic shriek.
THE DOOR THROUGH SPACEMARION ZIMMER BRADLEY
A wave of some sort—probably subsonic or supersonic—continuously filled the Vininese atmosphere.
THE INSTANT OF NOWIRVING E. COX, JR.

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