Around the world we fly: tech.eu paid a visit to the mission control center of the Solar Impulse 2 plane

tech.eu took a trip to Monaco to visit the mission control centre for the Solar Impulse 2, the world’s first solar-powered aircraft travelling around the globe.
Around the world we fly: tech.eu paid a visit to the mission control center of the Solar Impulse 2 plane

Last Thursday, the Solar Impulse 2 touched down in Seville, completing its 70-hour jaunt across the Atlantic in its quest to fly around the world.

The transatlantic journey, helmed by one of the project’s pilots and co-founders, Bertrand Piccard, marked another important milestone for the solar-powered aircraft, having completed a Pacific Ocean crossing last year.

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