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France will construct the test track Hyperloop


France will construct the test track Hyperloop
The route will be located in the southwest of France, near the village of Limuzen. Duration will be her three kilometers. In France in department the Top Vyenna near the village of Limuzen will construct a tracker of the high-speed train Hyperloop. Duration of the route will be three kilometers. Writes franceinfo about it. Transpod startup was engaged in development of the French project of a track. The route will consist on all length of tubular support. We intend build it along the former railway line which isn't involved any more. It is known that the train Hyperloop assumes existence of a wind tunnel and the capsule which is capable to move without air resistance. Dispersal at the same time can be reached record. Now the maximum reached speed is 457 kilometers per hour. Hyperloop have dispersed up to 457 km/h Earlier was reported that the Virgin Hyperloop One company intends to construct the research center in the Spanish village. News from the Correspondent.netv of Telegram. Subscribe for our https://t.me/korrespondentnet channel

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