In short, a bloody lot.
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The single-seater aeroplane will demonstrate key engineering ideas that could be incorporated into the more ambitious carbon-free planes of the future.
These figures need to be taken with a pinch of salt, though....
That’s another 650 miles ticked off of its bid to circumnavigate the globe using only solar energy.
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Debris and belongings were found by Egyptian military teams in the Mediterranean sea, around 180 miles north of Alexandria.
The EgyptAir Airbus had 66 people on board when it vanished at 37,000 feet.
Solar Impulse has chalked up another 1,000 miles in its bid to circumnavigate the globe.
What’s cool is that this wingtip design is stolen from nature.
Is it the fuel? Not really.
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The all-electric, solar powered craft took 16 hours to complete it's latest leg between California and its current rest point.
Go on, have a wild guess.
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