Why are propeller planes so loud if they're so far away?
a propeller plane, with an engine that cant be that much louder than those on the ground (in lorries and buses for example), and flying thousands of feet in the air (sometimes!) is just as loud as a jet, and louder than a lorry on a road much closer – is their some sort of amplification thats caused by it being in the air above us?
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