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Data Surfer

In 2009, a wind-powered vehicle with no engine blazed across the Mojave Desert at a record-setting 126.2 mph. The craft was designed by British engineer Richard Jenkins, who next decided to build one for the seas that could make the first unmanned trip around the globe. “There was no real long-term strategy,” Jenkins admits, “other than record-breaking, because that was more fun than

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