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Hyperloop Passes Second Testing at 200 MPH

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NEVADA -- A new way to travel may be a lot closer to becoming a reality. Hyperloop One - a pod designed to transport people at the speed of sound has reached another milestone. It's being called a new era of transportation.

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NEVADA -- A new way to travel may be a lot closer to becoming a reality. Hyperloop One - a pod designed to transport people at the speed of sound has reached another milestone. It's being called a new era of transportation.
http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12503/7028745?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Thu, 03 Aug 2017 11:24:04 +0000 Hyperloop Passes Second Testing at 200 MPH NEVADA -- A new way to travel may be a lot closer to becoming a reality. Hyperloop One - a pod designed to transport people at the speed of sound has reached another milestone. It's being called a new era of transportation. http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12503/7028745?cpt=8&wpid=2637 KOZL NEVADA -- A new way to travel may be a lot closer to becoming a reality. Hyperloop One - a pod designed to transport people at the speed of sound has reached another milestone. It's being called a new era of transportation. This is what the future of transportation might look and sound like. Hyperloop One has successfully completed Phase 2 testing in the Nevada desert - reaching speeds of almost 200 miles per hour and breaking its own record. "We are running the pod faster and faster each day," says Josh Giegel, co-founder and president of engineering. Its the brain child of Tesla and Space X founder Elon Musk, who just last week tweeted he received verbal government approval to build a Hyperloop tunnel that will make the commute from New York City to Washington DC shorter than 30 minutes. "It's basically going to change the way we live, how we work," explains Shervin Pishevar, Executive Chairman and Co-founder of Hyperloop One. Hyperloop technology uses magnetic levitation to hover a pod above the track. During Phase 1, conducted last May, - the 1500 pound pod reached 116 miles per hour before plowing into a sand barrier, to slow it down. Engineers estimate that the pod will eventually travel up to 700 miles per hour. That's faster than the speed of a Boeing jet. The next step for the hyperloop system is to start installing and testing an airlock in the pod. The company's goal is to have three systems in service by 2021. (Hena Doba, CBS News)




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