solar powered plane
The pilots used no fuel to complete the epic trip.
"It's a new era. It's not science fiction. It's today."
In early June, the Solar Impulse made the trip from Dallas to St. Louis. It flew to Washington in nearly 30 hours of flying
Bertrand Piccard and André Borschberg are making history by flying across America in a 100 percent solar-powered plane that collects enough energy during the day to fly through the night on battery power alone.
After additional stops in Dallas, St. Louis and Washington, D.C., with pauses at each destination to wait for favorable weather
Piccard came up with the idea for the Solar Impulse after he completed the world’s first non-stop circumnavigation of the
A team of Swiss engineers have announced their plan to fly the world's most advanced solar-powered airplane across the Mediterranean