Showing posts with label Solar Impulse. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Solar Impulse. Show all posts

Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Sunday, July 24, 2016

Solar Plane Leaves Cairo on Last Leg of Flight Around World

Solar Impulse 2, an aircraft powered only by the sun's rays, took off from Cairo Sunday morning on what should be the last leg of its history-making flight around the world.

Saturday, July 23, 2016

Solar Impulse 2 may take off Sunday from Cairo in 'most technically challenging' flight of world tour

Solar Impulse 2's final 48-hour flight from Cairo to Abu Dhabi may take begin on Sunday at 1:00 AM Cairo time, a “provisional time” for a trip that will be the most technically challenging of the round-the-world tour, Solar Impulse announced Friday.

Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Solar Impulse lands in Cairo

Solar-powered airplane Solar Impulse 2 landed in Cairo Wednesday at 7:10 AM (CET) on the penultimate flight of the plane's world tour after a 48 hour and 50 minute voyage from Seville, Spain to Cairo, according to a travel update from the Solar Impulse website.

Monday, July 11, 2016

Solar Impulse II takes off from Seville for Cairo

After two weeks in Seville, Solar Impulse II, a solar-powered aircraft flying all over the world, took off at 6.18am (4.18 GMT) Monday morning en route to Cairo.

Tuesday, May 03, 2016

Alrededor del mundo : Avión solar llega a Phoenix

Un avión impulsado por la luz del sol llegó a un suburbio de Phoenix, Arizona, después de completer el más reciente tramo de su viaje alrededor del mundo.

Thursday, April 21, 2016

Solar Impulse 2 resumes round-the-world flight

The Solar Impulse 2 resumed its record-breaking quest Thursday to circle the globe without consuming a drop of fuel, taking advantage of improved weather to take off from Hawaii.

Friday, April 01, 2016

Solar Impulse 2 va reprendre son tour du monde le 15 avril depuis Hawaï

L'avion solaire Solar Impulse 2 devrait reprendre son tour du monde le 15 avril en quittant Hawaï, si les conditions climatiques le permettent, pour se diriger vers le continent nord-américain, a indiqué jeudi à l'AFP une porte-parole de l'organisation.

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