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Top 10 Fastest Planes in the World

Friday, April 29th 2011. | Fastest

These 10 aircrafts below are terrors and saviors. With their ability, Pilot can drop anything from view millimeters bullets to nuclear head missile. They have fast machine, they only picked the best pilot to control them and they can soar faster than their own roar machines. This is top 10 fastest plane in the world.

10. General Dynamics F-111 “Aardvark”

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F111 AAdvark

USAF produced Aardvark in 1960s and they built it to serve US naval force. USAF completed F-111 with pioneer technology of standard super sonic aircraft such as variable sweep wings and afterburner turbofan. 2 Pratt and Whitney TF30-P-100 turbofans power F-111 and each turbofan supplies 17,900 lbf dry thrust, which can push the aircraft soars at 2.5 time sonic speed or 2.5 Mach or 1,650 mile per hour.
09. MiG 31 FoxHound
Russia developed MiG 31 Foxhound to replace former MiG-25 FoxBat , which loses maneuverability at dodging. A twin Soloviev D-30F6 afterburners with 2.94 aspect ration powers FoxHound and is capable to produce 34,172 lbf of thrust which can make the FoxHound raids at 2.83 sonic speed or 1,860 mph.

08. F-15 Eagle
F-15 Eagle is American supersonic aircraft from McDonnell Douglas. The producer packed the F-15 with shoulder-mounted wings, full-computerized control system, radar from APG-63/70 pulse-Doppler, and a twin Pratt & amp; Whitney F100 axial-flow turbofan completed with afterburners. The machine supplies 29000 lbf and it can make the jet flies beyond 1,660 mph or 2,7 Mach at high altitude.
07. XB-70 Valkyrie
XB-70 A was an experimental supersonic aircraft that is propelled with a delta wing. USAF only operate Valkyrie view times and retired the jet in a short span. On its active days, Valkyrie can fly at Mach 3 speed. The speed came from 6 GE YJ93-GE-3 afterburning turbojet which supplied 70,000 ft and was capable to make the jet soared at 2,056 mph ( around 3.1 Mach). Engineer equipped the jet with adjustable air-intake control system, which was able to stop or absorb kinetic energy from supersonic force equivalent to energy to stop 800 cars moving at 100 miles per hour.

06. Bell X-2
Bell X-2 was another experimental supersonic to find solution of “thermal barrier” and aerodynamic friction heat while a supersonic jet nears Mach 3 speed. Engineers bodied the jet with a copper-nickel alloy and stainless steel and they powered the jet with a 2-chamber XLR25 sea level thrust limit-able machine. Lieutenant Colonel Frank K. “Pete” Everest and Captain Iven C. Kincheloe had tested the jet in 1955. Sadly, when Captain Iven C. Kincheloe tested the plane, it killed him. Before the jet crashed, for a short time, at 126,200 ft, the jet had carried Captain Iven soared beyond Mach 3 or 2094 mph. He was the first man who flew beyond Mach 3. Too bad, he could not enjoy the glory after he decided to turn the jet while he was at speed beyond Mach 3

05. MiG-25 “Foxbat”

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Mig 25 FoxBat

MiG-25 Foxbat was a respond of USSR’s military after US launched a B-70 bomber around 1960s, which can fly at Mach3 above 70,000 feet while carrying nuclear bombs. MiG-25 “Foxbat” or Foxbat-B is a super jet interceptor that is designed to dodge, intercept and destroy superfast aircraft such B-70 at altitude 70-80 thousands feet. MiG-25 is supported by 2 Tumansky R-15B-300 turbojets with afterburners that produces 100.1 kN thrust, which is capable to tears the jet at 3,2 Mach or 2170 mph.
04. SR-71 Blackbird
SR-71 Blackbird is a Lockheed skunk works that was designed to replace U-2 reconnaissance jet. The SR-71 Blackbird can fly at 100,000 feet and beyond while speeding at 3.5 Mach. The maximum range is around 4000 miles. It got the speed from 2 Pratt & amp; Whitney J58-1 continuous-bleed turbojets with afterburner, which supplied 32,500 lbf (145 kN) thrust each and can pushed the jet fly at 2,500 mph. SR-71 served USAF in 1966, retired in the late 80s, backed to service in the first 90s and total retired in 1998.
03. X-15
X-15 is an experimental jet and it was designed to find answer to build a better space shuttle technology. During the test, X-15 showed can fly at 354,330 ft while cruising at 4,520 mph or 6.72 Mach. X-15 carries one Thiokol XLR99-RM-2 rocket engine that is powered by liquid oxygen, ammonia and hydrogen peroxide to pump the liquid fuel effectively.
02. X-43A
X-43A is a remote-controlled, experimental and hypersonic jet and known as the fastest aircraft in the world. X-43A is classified as a Scramjet because it moves with a supersonic-combustion-ramjet or Scramjet. During test on Nov. 16, 2004, the engine is capable to push the unmanned jet soars at 9.8 Mach or 7,546 mph or equal to 3 times SR-71 Blackbird. Liquid Oxygen fuels it and, unlike Blackbird, it does not need any hydrogen

01. Space Shuttle

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Space Shuttle

Space Shuttle is part of NASA human space-flight mission or called Space transport system project. Every Space shuttle carries RLS or reusable launch system that composes Reusable Orbiter Vehicle (OV) fueled by MMH/N2O4, External tank (EV) fueled by LOX/LX2 and 2 reusable SRB or Solid rocket boosters. On the launched stage, the space shuttle can speed up to 17,320 mph or beyond 20 Mach.  This is world’s fastest plane in the history of human


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