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China’s University Successfully Test Launched Hypersonic Rocket (Photos, Videos)

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China’s Xiamen University Aerospace Academy and Beijing Lingkong Tianxing Technology Co. have successfully test launched  “Jia Geng No. 1” hypersonic rocket.

The “Jia Geng No. 1” rocket employs a gas turbine that allows it to reach the speend of more than Mach 3. This turbine in fact has characteristics of a hypersonic ramjet engine.

Xiamen University has now become the first university in the world to have built and flown a hypersonic aircraft  and to have made its design public.

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  • Rob

    Well done, great achievement, grow up, keep it up. It is good against evil Jews of Washington and other morons that have brought state terrorism and economic terrorism in our world.

  • JHK

    Made in China Baby.

  • hvaiallverden

    You see, it pays to have an educated youth, and give them tools to evolve and be crative, but above all, have an stage to do it, and you end up with this, and again, imporvements coming from breaking the box.

    And of course, where is the Wankees, when they have gone down the PC-drain and it have made the UssA incerasigly dumber, and since math, etc where algebra is racistic, their peak acivement is in the realms of 50 shades of genders, yeah, cant even deside if its an dick or not, and whines about how noughty everybody else is.

    I am not the slightest surpirced, nope, and again, the gap will just move on, and China is accelerating, while the UssA slides back to medivial times.
    Hats of for the Chines whom made this possible, but to me, weapons dont impress me, sorry, regarding the insane amount of chash flushed into the various MICs, incl China, I hope for more, free energy, etc.

    peace

    • Barba_Papa

      Well, it’s always more convenient when your enemy selfdestructs for you. Leave the 50 shades of genders geste.

    • Nowruz

      You can thank Bush’s, “No Child Left Behind Policy” for the lack of US education.

      • Sinbad2

        Actually it goes back to Lyndon Johnson, he slashed education spending in retaliation for the Vietnam anti war protests. No president since Johnson has restored the funding.
        It’s much easier to control an uneducated people.

        • Nowruz

          I did not know that. Thanks!

    • Sinbad2

      It seems the Chinese are attempting to create hypersonic passenger planes.
      A bit better than weapons, sort of, but they also lead the world in solar power.
      Without the constant threat of an American attack, I’m sure China would funnel more of its wealth into peaceful research.
      But whilst ever the God of War(USA) exists others out of fear will also plan for war.

    • Karl Ivan

      american kids nowadays just play games and throwing fits and rage at the screen and when they get bored they just jack off to cuckold pornn and smoke crack and do fentanyl. thats the future for america.

  • PK

    China produces 80 times more scientists and engineers annually than US and Russia does twice more than US. About one third of US population are functionally illiterate.

    • Rob

      “China produces 80 times more scientists and engineers annually than US and Russia does.” Chania have never invaded other country and have never created and used proxies. The US and allies use Israel, proxies, invasions, world bank, IMF and sanctions as terrorism tools.

    • occupybacon

      USA buys the best ones

    • Sinbad2

      Exactly, in the US all the smart people go into banking.

  • Olie H

    Random Chinese University >>>>>> US Army&Navy&Airforce

  • Mark

    Where is a link to the design papers and blue prints? Btw, hypersonic usually means Mach 5 and higher.

    • Luke Hemmming

      “The precise Mach number at which a craft can be said to be flying at hyper-sonic speed varies,
      since individual physical changes in the airflow (like molecular dissociation and ionization)
      occur at different speeds; these effects collectively become important around Mach 5-10. The hyper-sonic regime is often alternatively defined as speeds where Cp and Cv are no longer able to be reasonably considered constant.” Wikipedia quote. So yes USUALLY, but not definitely. As for the design papers and blue prints why don’t you contact the university and ask them for them? SF are just reprinting a report from another source. Sounds to me like your a sceptic.

    • Sinbad2

      Surely the CIA could steal them for Lockheed, but I’m not sure they would share.

  • Sinbad2

    How many of these rocket scientists were peasants from villages, or the children of peasants?
    That’s the pay off of free education, you end up with lots of really smart people.

    Compare that to the American system, where only the children of the rich get an education.
    The pay off for America, is more Donald Trumps.