SR71 Black bird pilot tells a very cool story.

As the man says 'it don't get much better than that'. :-)

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+1 1. Judge-Jake commented 289 days ago

Look I'm a little busy this morning and can't be arsed to replay this video, so would someone work out in MPH how much faster the Blackbird was going compared to the Other fellows. :|:P
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+1 2. Kenuty commented 289 days ago

@1 can't help you, I was here to hear a cool story but fell asleep a quarter of the way
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+4 3. Thanny commented 289 days ago

#1 A knot is a nautical mile per hour. A nautical mile is ~6076 feet, compared to the 5280 feet of a statute mile. That's about 15% longer, so to convert knots to mph, multiple by 1.15.

For this video, that makes the 620 knots of the Navy jet about 713mph, and the 1992 knots of the Blackbird about 2292mph.
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+1 4. Judge-Jake commented 288 days ago

#3 So basically you don't know :D