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The Sonic Boom
Transcript of The Sonic Boom
Now all sonic boom tests are done over water and at least 15 miles from shore or must be conducted at least 30,000 feet over land. This is for people's safety because when a sonic boom is created the pressure waves carry on pushing out in a cone shape and it might be dangerous for people if the waves are to strong on them. The cracking sound a Bullwhip creates is in fact a small sonic boom, where the object is moving through air faster than the speed of sound.
When an object moves faster than the speed of sound there are two boom, nut they are so close together that spectators often miss it. If you watch the first few seconds of this video you can see and actual Sonic Boom! If you then watch from 2:30 you'll see something very special. By Yasmina O'Sullivan Thanks For Watching! Other Facts About the Sonic Boom