Elon Musk Hyperloop

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While some of the images above may depict space, an aquarium, etc., but that’s because Elon Musk’s Hyperloop trains do not have windows, but rather a “tripscene” display. For those who’ve never heard of this futuristic transport system, it can basically carry passengers, vehicles, and other cargo through a pressurized tube on cushions of air at supersonic speeds, enabling you to travel from Los Angeles to San Francisco in just 35-minutes with an average speed of around 598 mph (962 km/h), and top speed of 760 mph (1,220 km/h). Continue reading for two videos and more information.

“Musk first mentioned the Hyperloop in July 2012, and since then it’s only gained steam. Just this month, SpaceX announced that it will build a 1 mile (1.6 km) long test track to be located next to SpaceX’s Hawthorne, California facility. The track will be used to test pod designs supplied by third parties, that are entered into a design competition,” reports My Modern Met.