Experimental NASA noise-reduction tech could make for quieter airports

If you’ve ever lived near an airport, or visited someone who does, you’ll be familiar with the window-shaking rumble that can keep many a household up at night. NASA has taken it upon itself to address the problem, testing three new noise reduction technologies on a series of Acoustic Research Measurement (ARM) flights, and managing to cut airframe noise during landing by more than 70 percent…
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