French inventor successfully crossed the English Channel on a hoverboard

After unsuccessful attempts at the end of July, Franky Zapata inventor Franky Zapata successfully surpassed the UK channel early this morning on Flyboard Air with Jetboard.

Zapata arrived in Dover, England, 22 minutes after departing from Sangatte, France, and reached a speed of 106 miles per hour while traveling 22 miles. "We built the machine three years ago." He made the equipment after landing, and now he has crossed the channel. It will be crazy. "

The Guardian reports that his journey was not continuous, he just put a ten-minute fuel back on his back, he had to pit stop to fuel the middle.

It was his second attempt to cross Zapata's channel.At his first attempt at the end of July, he attempted to land on the refueling platform and failed when he fell into water.He and his team collided up to the magnitude of the wave during the landing attempt.

Zapata invented the Flyboard in 2011. The device is a water jetsuit that has been used in water jets for a long time, To propel the rider through the air behind the boat.He invented Flyboard Air, and four turbojets , The rider can fly through the air and keep it stable using a computer In 2016, Zapata flies the Flyboard Air along the southern coast of France at 2,252 meters (about 1.4 miles)

In mid-July, the inventor displayed his headline on the Bastille Day event with his gun on the crowd, The defense industry, Implant Sciences, was planning to acquire Zapata Industries in Zapata (in 2018, the French defense procurement agency awarded Zapata $ 1.3 million in grants )

British inventor Richard Browning said, The wearer has developed a jet suit that can put six turbo engines on his arm. All from the British Royal Marines to Adam Barbarians.

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