Solar Impulse

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2:04 pm
Fri June 14, 2013

Solar Impulse to make surprise stop in Cincinnati

The Solar Impulse lands at Lunken.
Holly Yurchison WVXU

Solar Impulse, the world's most advanced solar-powered airplane, is on its way to Cincinnati, a surprise stop because of weather issues in Washington D.C. The carbon fiber plane has a wingspan of 208 ft. (like a Boeing 747),  and weighs about as much as a small car (3,527 lbs.) It can fly day and night without fuel or polluting emissions. It is 80 ft. nose to tail.

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