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- Sound Barrier was a heavy metal band from Los Angeles from 1980 to 1987.
- The Sound Barrier was once believed to be a physical barrier preventing large objects from traveling faster than sound.
- The sound barrier was formerly an obstacle to supersonic flight.
- The Sound Barrier is a drama about the race for a supersonic aeroplane.
- The sound barrier was an unknown quantity no one had passed beyond the invisible wall and lived to tell the tale.
- Chuck Yeager breaks the sound barrier in the Bell X-1 rocket plane.
- Chuck Yeager broke the sound barrier on 14 October 1947 in the Bell X-1.
- As the inevitability of breaking the sound barrier loomed near, some were even killed in the attempt.
- The purchase was seen as a good way of creating a sound barrier between the main chapter house and the rest of Wyman Parkway.
- In a rocket plane designed to resemble a rifle bullet he blasted his way into the history books and broke through the sound barrier.
- There are disputes that other pilots had previously broken the sound barrier but their claims were not substantiated.
- Richardson approaches this pilot as well with his challenge--and this time the "sound barrier" is successfully broken without anyone being killed.
- For the heavy metal band, see Sound Barrier.
- He then finished with a sonic boom as he broke the sound barrier.
- Chuck Yeager — Broke the sound barrier in level flight.
- This was the first American jet aircraft to break the sound barrier in level flight.
- The Bell X-1 rocket plane, which first broke the sound barrier in level flight, is a famous example.
- Jackie Cochran was the first woman to break the sound barrier on May 18, 1953 in a Canadair F-86 Sabre.
- Summation: Welch announced his intention to dive the XP-86 through the sound barrier.
- There is no speed limit in class A airspace (except the sound barrier over land).
- All was ready for an attempt at the sound barrier when, over the weekend, Yeager broke two ribs while horseback riding.
- George Welch made a plausible but officially unverified claim to have broken the sound barrier on October 1, 1947 while flying an XP-86 Sabre.
- By the time the sound barrier was broken, much of the subsonic and low supersonic aerodynamics knowledge had matured.
- Hans Guido Mutke claimed to have broken the sound barrier before Yeager, on April 9 1945 in a Messerschmitt Me 262.
- Supersonic flight was not very commercially viable, as the planes were required to fly over the oceans if they wanted to break the sound barrier.
- In aerodynamics, the sound barrier is the transition at transonic speeds from subsonic to supersonic travel (usually refers to flight).
- In aerodynamics, the sound barrier is the apparent physical boundary stopping large objects from becoming supersonic.
- George Welch, a test pilot for North American Aviation, whom some believe broke the sound barrier before Yeager.
- At sea level a plane must exceed 741 mph to break the sound barrier or the speed at which sound travels.
- Yeager broke the sound barrier in 1947; only weeks after Crossfield reached Mach 2, or twice the speed of sound, Yeager outdid him.
- Chuck Yeager and the Bell X-1; breaking the sound barrier.
- One of the greatest leaps forward in the history of aviation was the breaking of the sound barrier.
- From how he met his wife to breaking a rib while riding horseback the day before he flew through the sound barrier.
- It is a fictional story about attempts by aircraft designers and test pilots to break the sound barrier.
- According to Yeager, any pilot who attempted to break the sound barrier in the manner portrayed in the movie would have been killed.
- While the X-1 was the first to break the sound barrier, the X-15 has the distinction of being the most successful research airplane ever flown.
- And we are honored today to have another dignitary from the annals of flight, the first man to break the sound barrier, Chuck Yeager.
- To complete the high speed phase of the program, the Air Force & Bell turned to the man who had broken the sound barrier, Major Chuck Yeager.
- On 18 May 1953, Jacqueline Cochran flying a Canadian-built F-86E alongside Chuck Yeager, became the first woman to break the sound barrier.
- Yeager was the first man to break the sound barrier on October 14, 1947, flying the experimental Bell X-1 at Mach 1 at an altitude of 13,700 m (45,000 ft).
- Riding in the back seat of Armstrong's jet that day: Chuck Yeager, the first pilot to break the sound barrier.
- So on October 14, 1947, with two broken ribs, a broom handle and shampoo on his windshield, Chuck Yeager became the first person to break the sound barrier.
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