Solar Impulse showcased at Int'l Paris Air Show (2)

08:49, June 24, 2011      

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Swiss Solar Impulse pilot Andre Borschberg (L) and Bertrand Piccard, president of the project, pose for photos in front of the solar-powered plane during the biennial International Paris Air Show in Paris, June 23, 2011. Solar Impulse, the Swiss solar-powered aircraft, finally arrived in Paris on Tuesday after three days' delay. Solar Impulse is the first aeroplane designed to fly day and night without requiring fuel and without producing carbon emission. It made a historic 26-hour day and night flight without fuel in July 2010. (Xinhua/Shu Shi)

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