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Virgin's Hyperloop has just made its first passenger journey. Here's what happened

Virgin Hyperloop executives Josh Giegel, its Chief Technology Officer, and Sara Luchian, Director of Passenger Experience. Image: VIRGIN HYPERLOOP/Handout via REUTERS

Kate Duffy

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Virgin Hyperloop has chosen West Virginia as the site of its sprawling new test facility. Image: Virgin Hyperloop
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