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@karenhernandezarina jum karen eso son grandes ligas
5 hours ago
@jhonotto4 ahí deberías estar tú
6 hours ago
Thank you NASA ❤
3 days ago
Today’s aircraft jet engine is much quieter and neighbor-friendly than in the recent past... may I suggest to those choosing to live near an airport, expect some noise, so consider your location wisely.
3 days ago
@saul_homine o i misinterpreted
4 days ago
4 days ago
@basement_boy_ exactly what I'm saying.
4 days ago
4 days ago
@saul_homine bro if they couldn't afford a home further, that's why they get. Theres a reason highway/railroad/HVTL/airport houses are cheaper hahaha
4 days ago
✅super ✅
4 days ago
by nasa
1 week ago


As air traffic continues to surge in the U.S., neighbors who live near airports are complaining about the escalating noise.  All the while, the demand for faster aircraft that travel at supersonic speeds is accelerating. To address the expected noise levels of future aircraft, our Commercial Supersonic Technology project is already developing technologies focused on reducing the noise produced by an aircraft’s engine exhaust. Acoustics experts at our Glenn Research Center (@nasaglenn ) in Cleveland recently used the center’s Aero-Acoustic Propulsion Laboratory to complete an evaluation on a small-scale model of a Learjet engine exhaust, or nozzle, system. The blue, curved array at the top of the dome held microphones for making the noise measurements and simulating a flyover. The large door to the right was opened to exhaust the air from the jet during tests. Image Credit: NASA/ Rami Daud, Alcyon Technical Services #aeronautics #picoftheday #nasa #supersonicflight #technology #research #avgeek #acoustic #sound #quiet #aero #aviationphotography #aviation #test #testing

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