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goose 3:18 Tue Jan 12
Sonic Boom
anyone else hear/feel it? about 15min ago over Herts/Essex.

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Hermit Road 12:19 Wed Jan 13
Re: Sonic Boom
I heard it, the bloody house shook. I assumed Branded had dropped his wallet.

SUM A DING WONG 11:34 Tue Jan 12
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Hadooouken!

bruuuno 11:30 Tue Jan 12
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Yoga fire!

yngwies Cat 11:21 Tue Jan 12
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Concorde was pretty special. Only plane that made people look up, and yes a right noisy bastard.

Gaffer58 10:16 Tue Jan 12
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Talking of Concord, was at Legoland some years ago and Concord took off from Heathrow, that was some bloody noise.

Mike Oxsaw 7:07 Tue Jan 12
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I remember the sonic boom tests they did above the Thames while Concorde was under development.

Was at school and the teachers had to open all the windows and we went to stand in the corridor to wait for it.

Even as a 7 year old, I was singularly unimpressed.

Moncurs Putting Iron 7:07 Tue Jan 12
Re: Sonic Boom
..and he put his weight over the handlebars with his arse in the air

Northern Sold 7:05 Tue Jan 12
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Far Cough 6:06 Tue Jan 12
Re: Sonic Boom
Sold0, Avro Vulcan Maximum speed: Mach 0.96


Close but no cigar



What about if it was downhill??

Worst Case Ontario 6:58 Tue Jan 12
Re: Sonic Boom
Guile vs E. Honda?

easthammer 6:49 Tue Jan 12
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Heard something but it wasn't that loud and didn't give it much thought at the time.

Willtell 6:35 Tue Jan 12
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"A sonic boom has been heard across the East of England after RAF Typhoon aircraft were launched to intercept a plane that had lost communications."

AKA bloody Russian plane invaded our territory again...

Block 6:33 Tue Jan 12
Re: Sonic Boom
There's a runway at Stansted which is used if there's onboard issues, mainly terrorism if I'm not mistaken?

MaryMillingtonsGhost 6:32 Tue Jan 12
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Far Cough 6:20

Or if, as per the BBC report, communications with the civilian aircraft have been 'lost'.

Far Cough 6:20 Tue Jan 12
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Swiss, standard procedure if there's been an incident on board

Swiss. 6:19 Tue Jan 12
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Why does a civilian aircraft need an escort?

Far Cough 6:06 Tue Jan 12
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Sold0, Avro Vulcan Maximum speed: Mach 0.96


Close but no cigar

Browno22 5:45 Tue Jan 12
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That explains it. Heard in Chadwell Heath, sounded like a boulder had been dropped on the roof

MaryMillingtonsGhost 5:25 Tue Jan 12
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https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-55636583

Northern Sold 5:08 Tue Jan 12
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* looks out the window at RAF Rochford *

Nope it wasn't the Vulcan..... as you were...

yngwies Cat 5:06 Tue Jan 12
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Oh...right.. of course...thanks Moncs.

One banner for Zod then

Johnson 5:00 Tue Jan 12
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*waves Union Jack*

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