Solar-powered airplane sets record with second leg of cross-country flight

05/24/2013 | LiveScience.com

Solar Impulse, a plane that runs on solar power, finished the longest leg of its cross-country flight, landing in Dallas on Thursday. The plane spent 20 hours in the air after leaving Phoenix, setting a distance record for solar flight. The plane's next stop is St. Louis. The mission is expected to be completed in New York by mid-summer.

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