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Can We Really Have Stealth Helicopters When They’re So Loud?

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Channel: Seeker
Categories: Science   |   Technology  
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Can helicopters be quiet as a mouse or is the technology so secret because it’s not real? and riding a helicopter is always going to be loud. Find out how this technology works and how close are we to the stealth helicopter reality.

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