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Stanford Solar Car Updates

 
The Stanford team that’s working on its next solar-powered car for the annual solar car race across Australia recently dropped a bunch of updates on its blog. From one of the updates, I’ll simply drop some of their photos and a video below — for text on what they’ve been up to, check out Update 5 or the home page of the Stanford Solar Car Project.

 
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