China has achieved a significant milestone in transportation with the successful superconducting test run of its ultra-high-speed train, the “T-Flight,” aiming for 1,000 km/h in a low-vacuum tube. This breakthrough achieved in April this year positions the train as a revolutionary means of on-ground transport, potentially becoming the world’s fastest.
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The test line, boasting independent intellectual property rights, achieved a remarkable record in Yanggao County, Shanxi. The project, promising runs of 2,000 and 4,000 km/h in the future, envisions connecting mega cities in China swiftly, revolutionizing travel and setting new benchmarks in HSR technology.