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SONIC BOOM DETECTOR, 1950's

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SONIC BOOM DETECTOR, 1950's

Developed as a prototype to measure sound pressure levels to evaluate damage caused by Military Jets flying over buildings.
New Laws regarding Supersonic aircraft flying over built up areas rendered it obsolete.
Similar units are now used to measure explosions.

Donated by Richard Currie

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