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Emmet Smith about 1 hour ago The eCaravan, powered by a 750-horsepower electric motor, completed its first successful flight in Moses Lake, Washington.  It’s an important step towards entirely new ways of sustainable air travel. Next Up This poolside table charges your phone through solar power — Future Blink Jun 02, 2020 These face masks…

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Emmet Smith

The eCaravan, powered by a 750-horsepower electric motor, completed its first successful flight in Moses Lake, Washington. 

It’s an important step towards entirely new ways of sustainable air travel.

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