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Saturday, 4 July 2015

Solar Impulse - From Nagoya to Hawaï


Hi passengers !
SOLAR IMPULSE IS IN HAWAII : ANDRE BORSCHBERG LANDED AT 15:55 UTC ON JULY 3RD, PROVING BERTRAND PICCARD'S VISION OF A ZERO-FUEL AIRPLANE WITH UNLIMITED ENDURANCE.
Record-breaking Solar Flight Reaches Hawaii : 
Demonstrating the Potential of Clean Technologies Endeavoring to reach Hawaii from Japan to encourage the use of clean technologies (#futureisclean), the solar powered aircraft of Bertrand Piccard and André Borschberg achieved the longest exploration leg of the Solar Impulse’s Round-The-World mission. 
At the controls of Solar Impulse 2, André Borschberg landed safely in Kalaeloa on July 3rd at 05:55 local time, after a perilous non-stop flight of 5 days and nights.
TIME OF DEPARTURE 28/06/2015 18:03 UTC 
TIME OF ARRIVAL 03/07/2015 15:55 UTC 
FLIGHT TIME 4 Days 21 Hours 52 Minutes 
DISTANCE 7212 km 
MAX ALTITUDE 8'634 m 
AVERAGE GROUND SPEED 61.19 km/h

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