Exploring Aeronautics & Rocketry - Utah 4-H

Exploring Aeronautics & Rocketry - Utah 4-H

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WWII - metal Jet Age - design Click to edit Master text styles Bell X-1 - Chuck Yeager speed Second level of sound (mach 1.06) Oct. 14, 1947 Third level Commercial - pressurized, nurses Fourth level (1st flight attendants), & composites Fifth level QuickTime and a TIFF (Uncompressed) decompressor are needed to see this picture. 3 Future Aircrafts Blended Wing Click to edit

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