Maglev train hits new world record for speed
A magnetically levitated train hits a record speed of 552
kilometers per hour April 14, making it the fastest rail-based
vehicle in history. The test run of a manned, five-car train made a
record for any kind of vehicle that runs on rails, manned or
unmanned, said officials who operate the experimental track in
Yamanashi Prefecture, west of Tokyo.
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