Solar-powered plane makes 1st int'l flight (5)

15:25, May 14, 2011      

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Swiss pilot Andre Borschberg speaks to journalists after flying Solar Impulse, a solar-powered plane, for a nearly 13-hour trip at the Brussels international airport as Bertrand Piccard, initiator of the Solar Impulse project watches in Brussels, May 13, 2011. The plane made its first international trip from Switzerland, via France and Luxemburg, to Belgium. (Xinhua/Wang Xiaojun)

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