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NASA Attempts to Break Record with Mach 10 Flight 27

Posted by michael
from the fireball dept.
starannihilator writes "Wired News is reporting that NASA is planning on using its new SCRAMJET to break the aircraft speed record (on Earth, anyway) at Mach 10 (7,000 mph or 10-times the speed of sound). Using the hypersonic X-43A, NASA hopes to break the record on Monday, November 15th."
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NASA Attempts to Break Record with Mach 10 Flight

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