What Would It Take to Make a Hoverboard? (20)

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In science fiction, hoverboard users glide above sidewalks on machines that look like skateboards with no wheels. How could one of these floating boards be created? Scientists have some ideas, which include using powerful magnets. Discover the science and technology behind what it would take to make a real-life hoverboard!
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    • SKU
      481613
  • Manufacturer
    Capstone (Capstone Press, Cantata Learning, Compass Point, Heinemann-Raintree, Picture Window & Stone Arch)
  • Series
    Sci-Fi Tech
  • ISBN-10
    1-5435-9115-9
  • ISBN-13
    978-1-5435-9115-6
  • Format
    Reinforced Library Binding
  • # of Pages
    32
  • Size
    7" x 9"
  • Author
    Nahta Amin, Anita
  • Reading Interest
    3,4,5
  • Publisher or imprint
    Capstone Press: Capstone Captivate
  • Date Published
    2020
In science fiction, hoverboard users glide above sidewalks on machines that look like skateboards with no wheels. How could one of these floating boards be created? Scientists have some ideas, which include using powerful magnets. Discover the science and technology behind what it would take to make a real-life hoverboard!

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