Last night's sonic boom drama in the skies above Doncaster has got the whole town talking.
The massive "explosions" at around 9.45pm were heard across a huge chunk of Yorkshire - and were caused by two RAF Typhoon jets being scrambled to intercept a civilian airliner that had lost radio contact.
The night Doncaster was shaken by sonic booms from military jets
The distinctive boom noise is caused by the aircraft going supersonic and faster than the speed of sound.
This video compilation from YouTube shows the amazing moment when aircraft create a sonic boom - a huge vapour cloud caused by pressure waves, followed by the echoing boom noise.