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28 June 2019

Second place for students Delft University of Technology during International Submarine Races

With a top speed of 12,2 km/h, the WASUB team has finished second during the World Cup for human powered submarines in Washington. After days of neck-and-neck battle with the Canadian team they were only 0,3 km/h short for the first place.

14 June 2019

Students of the Delft University of Technology reveal new rocket: Stratos IV

The Delft Aerospace Rocket Engineering team revealed their latest rocket, the Stratos IV. A rocket that was entirely designed, built and will be launched, by students, to the edge of space! The show wouldn't have been complete without the perfect rocket transportation, a Corvette C7, just like the Apollo astronauts drove 50 years ago.

03 June 2019

TUDelft Hyperloop team unveiled new hyperloop capsule Atlas 02

On Monday, June 3rd, the Delft Hyperloop Team held an event in the Auditorium of Delft University of Technology. Here, they unveiled their new hyperloop capsule, Atlas 02. With this vehicle, the team will participate in the SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Competition on July 21st, which will be held in Los Angeles, California. The goal of the team is to win and break the current world speed record of 467 km/h on a one-kilometer track.

28 May 2019

The TU Delft Solar Boat Team presents the design of the first Dutch solar boat for the open sea.

For the first time in Dutch history, the TU Delft Solar Boat Team is taking the step to develop a solar boat for the sea. It will be a trimaran, a boat with three hulls, which will completely control the ocean on solar energy. On Tuesday evening, January 15, the team presented the new design of the boat. With this boat, they plan to win the world championship for solar boats in Monaco this summer and attempt to break a world record by crossing the English Channel as the fastest solar boat in the world.

22 May 2019

New drivers Vattenfall Solar Team race at circuit Zandvoort in solar car

The Vattenfall Solar Team revealed their three drivers who will be driving their newest solar car NunaX during the World Championship in Australia this fall. At circuit Zandvoort these three brand new solar drivers raced each other in a competition for the right to drive the qualifications prior to the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge. Tom Salden was the fastest driver and even set a record.

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