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NASA’s Quest to Reclaim the Supersonic Age: The Future of Transatlantic Air Travel

Oh, how we reminisce about the glory days of travel! The era when traversing the Atlantic took a mere three hours, encapsulated by the iconic Concorde. Since its departure in 2003, the dream of swift transatlantic travel seemed a distant memory. Until now. Enter NASA, reintroducing the tantalizing potential of supersonic air travel.

  1. Bridging The Atlantic in 90 Minutes: NASA's recent delve into its "high-speed strategy" paints an exhilarating picture. Commercial flights zooming at up to Mach 4 – a whopping 5000km/h. That's New York to London in potentially just 90 minutes.

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