How Fast Does a Jet Has to Go to Brake the Sound Barier?


Since sound travels at approximately 700 miles per hour (or 1100 feet per second), then a jet would need to go over that speed to break the sound barrier.
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Depending on the temperature and altitude, a jet
The speed of sound, at sea level, is 761.2 mph, so if you go 762 mph you will break the sound barrier. Wow, thats pretty fast!
The sound barrier has been broken many times since the World
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