Concorde

Aérospatiale-BAC Concorde d is a retired turbojet-powered supersonic passenger airliner or supersonic transport (SST). It is one of only two SSTs to have entered commercial service; the other was the Tupolev Tu-144. Concorde was jointly developed and produced by Aérospatiale and the British Aircraft Corporation (BAC) under an Anglo-French treaty...
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Concorde

(from the article `supersonic flight`) ...limited to Mach 2.5 because of problems caused by frictional heating of the skin of the plane. The first supersonic, passenger-carrying, ... ...of European countries to design and build an aircraft began on November 29, 1962, when Britain and France signed a treaty to share costs and risks ... ...
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Concorde

Concorde is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Concorde

Concorde is an all-in-one graphics program for business and presentation applications. It combines text, business graphics, free-form drawing and also painting and has a slideshow capability with animation, into one integrated program. There is also a large clip-art library of images spanning almost 20 diskettes. Concorde has an image database of o...
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Concorde

Supersonic Passenger Jet [UK/FRANCE]
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Concorde

The only supersonic airliner, which cruises at Mach 2, or twice the speed of sound, about 2,170 kph/1,350 mph. Concorde, the result of Anglo-French cooperation, made its first flight in 1969 and entered commercial service seven years later. It is 62 m/202 ft long and has a wing span of nearly 26 m/84 ft. Developing Concorde cost Fre...
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