Gallery: Solar Impulse Departs for Dallas on Second Leg of Sun-Powered ...


This morning the Solar Impulse airplane embarked upon the next leg of its sun-powered journey across the United States. The solar-powered giant has already traveled from the San Francisco Bay Area to Arizona, and at 5am it took off from Phoenix’s Sky Harbor Airport en route to Dallas. The record-breaking flight marks a pivotal point in the team’s attempt to be the first to fly across the the country without using a single drop of fuel.

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  1. mejayant May 24, 2013 at 2:27 pm

    I hope this project becomes commercially viable soon

  2. cudacurl May 23, 2013 at 3:53 pm

    I am an advocate of renewable energy sources,but this venture is an waste of resources because there is no way solar flight will ever be viable to replace petroleum based aircrafts. So building this thing wastes the very materials that have gone into it not to mention the energy produced by non sustainable sources needed to construct it.

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