So Busted November 12, 2004 Posted by Murdoc Busting the Sound Barrier (Click image for a better look) Strategy Page has an awesome gallery of planes breaking the unbreakable barrier. Follow the link above this pic. Definitely worth a look. [ viagra china | viagra capsules | cost of cialis | viagra britain | viagra alternative uk | how strong is 5 mg of cialis | herbal viagra fda | index | cialis usa | canada viagra generic | viagra | order viagra online | viagra next day delivery | alternative doctor viagra | get viagra avoid prescription | female male viagra | next day delivery cialis | viagra blister 4 | viagra wholesale | viagra cialis levitra | cheepest cialis | generic pack viagra | cialis women | add buy online url viagra | overnight canadian viagra | get cialis | levitra vs viagra | what is cialis | women viagra | drug viagra | generic viagra | what does viagra look like | viagra studies women | discount lowest price viagra | cialis without prescription | viagra how much | sildenafil citrate omnigen | online generic cialis 100 mg | express viagra delivery | cialis dose | viagra discussion | buy viagra online | brand name cialis overnight | viagra from mexico | real viagra | buy cheap generic viagra | discount viagra online | buying generic viagra mexico rx | archive blog buy inurl viagra | express viagra delivery | brand viagra | map of france with cialis | low cost canadian viagra | female male viagra ] Updated: November 12, 2004 at 1:54 pm ◀ If I didn’t know better, I’d think ACE was mocking me Stinking Imperialistic Swine ▶ Comments Kewl images. Did you see that a scramjet dropped from under a B-52 (as I recall) will try to break MACH 10 (for about 10 seconds) sometime next week? Then, that project is over. No more funding. Seems a shame. I am eagerly awaiting the flight. I didn’t know the project was complete after this flight, though. Bummer. Technical question murdoc: What’s the difference between a scramjet engine and a ramjet engine? I think the only real difference is that scramjets don’t slow the airflow down and the combustion takes place at supersonic speeds within the chamber. Less loss and higher speeds are capable with scramjets. I googled and this was number 1: http://www.aviation-history.com/engines/ramjet.htm BTW, the Army is looking at scramjet-powered tank rounds. Anyone have any info on this? http://www.murdoconline.net/archives/000397.html See the latest post at ACE, the superior A-Team web site, for a clear explanation of the difference between ramjet and scramjet.