Si2 Said Goodbye to Silicon Valley


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After a week of rest at Moffett Airfield, Mountain View, California, Si2 is ready for the next adventure with André Borschberg.

André Borschberg took off on May 2nd 12:03UTC from San Francisco to Phoenix, Arizona. Si2 spent a week in California after Bertrand Piccard’s 3-day flight that marked the completion of the Pacific Crossing. It was a great opportunity to meet with the public and Silicon Valley’s tech companies, to spread the #futureisclean message. The flight is expected to take 16 hours and 23 minutes, crossing 720 miles over the Mojave Desert and will arrive in Phoenix Goodyear Airport at around 4:23AM UTC.

Step into the shoes of a Solar Impulse team member and watch this 360 video. You no longer have to be a spectator – sit back, plug your headphones in, and immerse yourself in our vision of today as we share our experience at Solar Impulse with you. This will bring you one step closer to flying in a solar airplane and perhaps one day, you will also feel the breeze.

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Source: Solar Impulse