Revival of Supersonic Passenger Air Travel

U.S. aviation startup Boom Technology is aiming for its first supersonic commercial flights next decade.
0:51 | 11/16/16

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In today's tech by a faster way to fly thirteen years after the concorde was retired this could be the future supersonic air travel. The just unveiled by boom technologies seating 44 passengers and flying at 15100 miles an hour. That means New York to London in just over three hours daily to Sydney and about seven it could be fine by 20/20. Google's photo scanner app lets you turn old friends into digital photos it uses your phone's camera and flash to scan a photo then the app from those glare. Cropped the photo and correct the colored new pics are then stored in the cloud download photos scanned for free. And fans of the cajun magic can rejoice the original design has returned higher US users were outraged with this Apple's redesigned. That made the peach look less like a booty. Well the newest software has returned the mold you to all its former. Natural curves just natural beauty beauty. Yes those are checked by.

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