Translation of hypersonic in Spanish:

hypersonic

hipersónico, adj.

Pronunciation /hʌɪpəˈsɒnɪk//ˌhaɪpərˈsɑnɪk/

adjective

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    hipersónico
    • He suddenly felt like he was rocketing skyward at hypersonic speed.
    • The two main contenders are hypersonic ramjets or scramjets and nanotube-based space elevators.
    • There have also been joint efforts to build a hypersonic aircraft for commercial purposes.
    • A single shooter employing this hypersonic weapon can cover 49 times the area reachable with a conventional cruise weapon.
    • The multi-year project, called X - 43C, will expand the hypersonic flight envelope for air-breathing engines.
    • At such hypersonic speeds, planes could fly around the world in a matter of hours.
    • The X - 43A is the first aircraft to reach hypersonic speeds using an air-breathing engine.
    • In the case of X - 43, the thrust will propel the vehicle at hypersonic speeds up to Mach 10.
    • He remembered the planning for hypersonic flight, faster than five times the speed of sound, leading up to the X - 15 program.
    • They were made with a material that could stand hypersonic speeds.
    • The M45 propulsion system has three-stage solid fuel rocket motors producing hypersonic speed.
    • To recap, the X - 43A is a prototype hypersonic aircraft, powered by a ‘scramjet’.
    • NASA today convened a board to determine the cause of Saturday's loss of the first X - 43A unpiloted hypersonic research aircraft.
    • Last year's successful Mach 10 hypersonic flight of the X - 43A proved the concept.
    • Going at hypersonic speed, everything that David passed was a giant blur.
    • When a particle slams into it at hypersonic speeds, the particle bores its way in and gradually comes to a stop, intact.
    • The US space's experimental hypersonic research aircraft, the X - 43A, could one day revolutionise long-distance travel.
    • Their record on clocking school buses at hypersonic speeds is not noted.
    • Astronauts and cosmonauts have all reached hypersonic speeds while passing through the atmosphere on their way to or from orbit.
    • The rifle fires steel spikes at near hypersonic speeds, using a magnetic system to power it.