# What is the temperature of intake air at several speed of sound intervals from 1x to 10x?

I watched a YouTube movie about Reaction Engines development of the Sabre engine which main feature is cooling intake air. However, I cannot find an overview of the temperature of intake air at different airspeed levels. I am looking for an overview based on speed of sound levels and the increase on intake air temperatures.

The temperature $T$ in isentropic compression from a state 1 to a state 2 can be calculated from the pressure $p$ and the ratio of specific heats $\kappa$: $$T_2 = T_1\cdot\left(\frac{p_2}{p_1}\right)^{\frac{\kappa-1}{\kappa}}$$
$\kappa$ is 1.4 for air, so if the saber engine flies in air 250 K cold (-23.15°C) and a pressure of 500 mbar, and the intake compresses this air by a factor of 10 to 5,000 mbar, the temperature will ideally rise to 483 K (210°C). In reality, this might well be 220°C or 230°C due to viscous heating of the air in the process.
How the temperature ratio depends on flight Mach number $Ma$ (again, ideally) can be seen from this plot, based on this way to calculate the pressure rise: 