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Owls' ability to fly in acoustic stealth provides clues to mitigating conventional aircraft noise


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Owls have the uncanny ability to fly silently, relying on specialized plumage to reduce noise so they can hunt in acoustic stealth. Researchers are studying the owl’s wing structure to better understand how it mitigates noise so they can apply that information to the design of conventional aircraft.qplttimKaD4

 

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