Solar Impulse: Atlantic Crossing Shows Aviation Still Leads Innovation

Credit: Solar Impulse/Revillard
Solar Impulse 2 landed in Seville, Spain, on June 23 after crossing the Atlantic on perhaps the most demanding leg of its attempt to fly around the world on solar power. Cofounder Bertrand Piccard was at the controls for the 70 hr., 8 min. flight from New York, the first electric and solar...

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