Solar Impulse 2 has just completed their historic journey of being the first aircraft powered solely by solar energy to circle the world after landing in Abu Dhabi.
Another multiple-day flight for Solar Impulse 2, the solar powered airplane, is soon on its way – this time, over the Atlantic Ocean.
Solar Impulse 2 has landed at JFK airprt in New York after a flight that lasted just over 5 hours from Legigh Valley, Pennsylvania.
Solar Impulse piloted by André Borschberg softly landed on the warm tarmac at Phoenix Goodyear Airport at 3:55AM UTC, 5:55 CET on May 3rd, 8:55PM MST on May 2nd.
After 9 months having puttheir round-the-world solar flights on hold because of a battery complication during the 5 day/night flight from Nagoya to Hawaii, Solar Impulse team was able to resume their attempt to accomplish…
By flying halfway around the world on solar power alone, Solar Impulse has already proven that it is possible to produce a stable, 24/7 electricity supply using only renewable energy