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Is fascinated by this story -- the Defense Department has completed tasks I hypersonic jet that can get you from London to New York in less than an hour.
Is being called the wave -- because it basically -- its own shock -- through the through the sky.
And it really could ultimately transform air travel as we know what a whole different -- -- different configurations Samantha -- is joining -- technologies.
Sort -- back house -- back.
First of all they did a test yesterday.
And it was supposed to be up there for about five minutes -- through the air and land in the Pacific Ocean do we know anything about outlet.
We don't know yet right now you know we're talking about organizations like -- -- The US air force the Pentagon all organizations like to keep information and data very close to their -- So we're still waiting to hear back spoke with -- last night.
And annual information has been released yet but they're hoping towards later today.
I so it's it is -- jet is extremely novelist -- I can air like an airplane Jack.
And it's on me and tell us what you know about this vehicle start -- just to give you a little bit of background basically I yesterday morning off the coast of California ABC EQ.
Bomber you know.
The infamous -- back in the fifties it's still going and it went up and attached to -- swing wise ate Nestle and basically what they're doing and they're trying to test out new technology to see.
Whether we can use it in the future for their consumer flight war testing missiles in general and basically what it does is it has -- screen and -- And it's not.
Like your typical jet engines.
Basically it's -- usually carries liquid fuel and liquid oxygen but this is very different because it holds -- today and from the atmosphere to me to go even faster and kind of rides you know -- wave writer rides on -- shock -- to push it faster and it's later as well so it goes.
Fascinating and it does when you think of the consumer element management to make you think of the concorde -- which you know was an an amazing development when I was a kid.
And -- it disappeared it ultimately was too expensive for people to use as a mode of transport.
Is there -- parallel here well I think that you know.
In the future we might be able to do something like that slow roll out the consumer flight and it would certainly change things you know you know he could have.
-- meeting in Paris from Tokyo and get there in two and a half hours which is crazy.
But they're not there yet basically they're just they wanna see what type of technology.
And the -- and I think in the future we might see the implications from that for right now -- -- It's just you know the air force and military.
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