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Solar Impulse Lands in New York City Machine Design

Subject(s): Aviones | Energia Solar In: Machine Design Vol.88, no.8, 2016: páginas 15-16Abstract: On June 7, 2016, the Solar Impulse 2 team, scheduled to land in JFK, delayed its arrival. When flying a prototype plane around the world without any fuel, there are bound to be a few less than ideal weather conditions. But that wasn't a setback for veteran pilots Bertrand Piccard and Andre Borschberg. They understand that changing the world takes patience. The Solar Impulse 2 has been an idea for over 13 years, and in development for over three. As of June 11, Solar Impulse 2 had set eight world records, visited seven countries, flown over 19,000 miles, and after the weather cleared, landed safely around 4 a.m. at New York's JFK.
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Holdings: Machine Design Vol.88, no.8, 2016: páginas 15-16

On June 7, 2016, the Solar Impulse 2 team, scheduled to land in JFK, delayed its arrival. When flying a prototype plane around the world without any fuel, there are bound to be a few less than ideal weather conditions. But that wasn't a setback for veteran pilots Bertrand Piccard and Andre Borschberg. They understand that changing the world takes patience. The Solar Impulse 2 has been an idea for over 13 years, and in development for over three. As of June 11, Solar Impulse 2 had set eight world records, visited seven countries, flown over 19,000 miles, and after the weather cleared, landed safely around 4 a.m. at New York's JFK.

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