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760 mph. Altitude pending.
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The speed of sound is 742 mph
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both of u are wrong, its 761 MPH
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haha, how realistic!

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yeah, but thats all I remember from Physics, lol
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Re: Broken Sound Barrier With A Prop Plane!!!! FUNNY!!!!

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miska_man wrote:


Lando2 wrote:
The speed of sound is 742 mph



thats a sea level i think. i think its a little less than that at like 30,000 feet. but i know its still in the 700's.


talkin abou i dont kno the sound barrier, 761 MPH is AT SEA LEVEL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Lando2 wrote:
The speed of sound is 742 mph



thats a sea level i think. i think its a little more than that at like 30,000 feet. but i know its still in the 700's.


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McLaren wrote:


miska_man wrote:


Lando2 wrote:
The speed of sound is 742 mph



thats a sea level i think. i think its a little less than that at like 30,000 feet. but i know its still in the 700's.


talkin abou i dont kno the sound barrier, 761 MPH is AT SEA LEVEL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



no, its 741 at sea level. and it goes up a little bit as you go up in altitude.

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Re: Broken Sound Barrier With A Prop Plane!!!! FUNNY!!!!

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miska_man wrote:


McLaren wrote:


miska_man wrote:


Lando2 wrote:
The speed of sound is 742 mph



thats a sea level i think. i think its a little less than that at like 30,000 feet. but i know its still in the 700's.


talkin abou i dont kno the sound barrier, 761 MPH is AT SEA LEVEL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



no, its 741 at sea level. and it goes up a little bit as you go up in altitude.


***SIGH***

"As an object moves through the atmosphere, the air is disturbed and the disturbances are transmitted through the air at the speed of sound. You can study how the disturbances are transmitted with an interactive sound wave simulator. If we consider the atmosphere on a standard dayat sea level static conditions, the speed of sound is about 761 mph, or 1100 feet/second. We can use this knowledge to approximately determine how far away a lightning strike has occurred."


SOURCE:  NASA
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Re: Broken Sound Barrier With A Prop Plane!!!! FUNNY!!!!

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McLaren wrote:


miska_man wrote:


McLaren wrote:


miska_man wrote:


Lando2 wrote:
The speed of sound is 742 mph



thats a sea level i think. i think its a little less than that at like 30,000 feet. but i know its still in the 700's.


talkin abou i dont kno the sound barrier, 761 MPH is AT SEA LEVEL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



no, its 741 at sea level. and it goes up a little bit as you go up in altitude.


***SIGH***

"As an object moves through the atmosphere, the air is disturbed and the disturbances are transmitted through the air at the speed of sound. You can study how the disturbances are transmitted with an interactive sound wave simulator. If we consider the atmosphere on a standard dayat sea level static conditions, the speed of sound is about 761 mph, or 1100 feet/second. We can use this knowledge to approximately determine how far away a lightning strike has occurred."


SOURCE:  NASA


last time i use a site i dont know. wikipedia didnt even have anything so i just found some other site.


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