Date: 4 months ago   Category: Science

NASA has shown how on the launch pad kill noise of rockets


The special system which consumes water in large quantities is for this purpose used. NASA has posted video in which work of the special system suppressing noise and jet emissions during start of rockets is shown. The system is called Ignition Overpressure Protection and Sound Suppression water deluge system. Writes CNET about it. A little more, than in a minute, it is capable to spend about two million liters of water. At the same time height of a water column can reach 30 meters. As notes the edition, liquid is used for decrease in noise level and temperature at start of rockets. At the same time there will be enough volume of the water spent during start process for filling of the Olympic pool. It is known that tests of system were passed on October 15 when there took place preparation for future mission on the Red planet. NASA has found a hydrogen wall Earlier was reported that NASA has found the Opportunity mars rover lost during a storm. According to the last information, scientists made attempts "to recover" him. News from the Correspondent.netv of Telegram. Subscribe for our https://t.me/korrespondentnet channel

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