The Superman Ultimate Flight ride at Six Flags Discovery Kingdom uses electromagnetic technology called linear synchronous motor, or LSM, to launch riders at 63 miles an hour through a tunnel and send them up more than 100 feet above the ground, where they momentarily hang upside down with only a lap bar holding them in their seats. Check out the POV video.
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