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Solar Impulse airplane: poor weather conditions forced it to unplanned landing in Nagoya, Japan

Nanjing, China - After a successful start and 44 hours of flight

The Swiss solar plane Solar Impulse which took off Sunday, May 31st, 2015 at 2:39 am local time from Nanjing, China, to cross the Pacific for Hawaii was obliged to make an intermediate landing in Japan due to worsening weather conditions. After a successful start and 44 hours of flight, breaking all the duration and distance records for a solar powered airplane, the Solar Impulse weather team observed...

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