UCF Lands New Project to Study Effect of Rain on Hypersonic Travel

UCF Lands New Project to Study Effect of Rain on Hypersonic Travel

University of Central Florida researchers are part of a new $1 million project funded by the Air Force Office of Scientific Research to better understand and predict how and why raindrops are affected when they cross a hypersonic shock wave.

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