A shockwave lifted the Subaru that had, without stopping for security checks, deposited him inside the compound.
Plunging toward the trough of a shockwave, the engine screams to a halt.
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This RT video shows an office getting its window blown out by the shockwave from the meteor.
If only it would deliver a shockwave every time I reach for a bag of Cheetos.
The below video features the meteor's shockwave around the 30 second mark.
Denis Calabrese on four ways the GOP can win back independents—and send a shockwave through Washington in the next election.
|shock wave |
A large-amplitude wave formed by the sudden compression of the medium through which the wave moves. Shock waves can be caused by explosions or by objects moving through a fluid at a speed greater than the speed of sound.