Subject: Why does the space shuttle have a double sonic boom?
Date: Tue Sep 16 19:10:08 1997
Posted by Melissa diSpaltro
Grade level: teacher/prof
School: University of Puget Sound (teaching student)
City: Tacoma State/Province: WA
Area of science: Engineering
One of my students asked me this question the other day--he said he'd
seen a special on PBS about it, but they never explained the double
boom. Since our classroom isn't hooked to the Internet yet, I thought
I'd ask from home.
Re: Why does the space shuttle have a double sonic boom?
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