Most people would be content if their jet-powered vehicle has done nothing but break the record land speed, but not with the team behind the proposed North American Eagle. They left some equipment and also WiFi stuffed inside the nose of the car, which they hope to be able to transmit data to an experimental WiFi mesh network set up around the lake dried up while the vehicle is being to break the sound barrier. This has not yet, but the vehicle itself has already topped speeds of 400 miles per hour – only half of what the team hopes to achieve.
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