If it’s not impressive enough that magnets can force a fully loaded 30-ton train car to levitate and travel at speeds of 100 miles per hour (or more), then how about a maglev train that first flies five-plus miles above the ground on a Ukrainian cargo plane from Germany to China?
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Photo Credit: The first TSB series production vehicle was transported to China at the beginning of June 2020. The track went to Asia via train. Courtesy of Firmengruppe Max Bögl.