Sun-powered plane on final leg of intercontinental flight (AFP)
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Sun-powered plane on final leg of intercontinental flight (AFP)

Toulouse : France | Jul 24, 2012 at 12:38 PM PDT
Source: Xtra News
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The Swiss sun-powered aircraft Solar Impulse took off from southwestern France Tuesday on the final leg of its first intercontinental trip that took it from Europe to North Africa and back. Pilot Bertrand Piccard took the plane up into the sky from an airfield near Toulouse on its journey back to Payerne... FULL ARTICLE AT Xtra News
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    THE Swiss solar-powered airplane Solar Impulse took off on Tuesday from the French city of Toulouse on the final leg of its 6000 km, fuel-free intercontinental voyage. The dawn skies above Toulouse-Francazal Airport were clear as pilot Bertrand...

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