US Solar Plane on Last Leg of Cross-Country Flight

A solar-powered aircraft is on the last leg of its cross-country trip over the United States.
 
The experimental Solar Impulse took off from a suburban Washington airport before daybreak Saturday, heading to New York and passing over the Statue of Liberty before a planned landing early Sunday at John F. Kennedy International Airport.
 
Pilot Andre Borschberg, flying at a top speed of 72 kilometers an hour, reported, “The flight is going great.”
 
Borschberg headed …

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