Solar plane completes 2-month journey across U.S.

07/7/2013 | Reuters

Solar Impulse, the first solar-powered plane that can fly day and night, completed its two-month, cross-country journey Saturday, landing at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York. The 10-year, $112 million project aimed at increasing support for clean energy technology and included international research and engineering partners, such as Belgian chemical group Solvay and Swiss escalator manufacturer Schindler.

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