Zero-fuel airplane's epic flight to New York live!
Check out the triumphant conclusion of the historic crossing of the United States with the world's first airplane able to fly day and night without fuel!
Solar Impulse, a project born in Switzerland, is ending its Across America mission that started exactly two months ago at NASA's Moffett Airfield at the heart of Silicon Valley. This epic in stages that led the solar plane to Phoenix (AZ), Dallas (TX), St. Louis (MO) and Washington D.C. is now coming to an end with the scheduled landing at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport sometime after 2AM EDT (UTC-4) on Sunday July 7th 2013.
Watch the entire flight live starting one hour before take-off -- around 3:30AM EDT (UTC-4). The live streaming includes interviews with pilots and project Co-founders André Borschberg from the cockpit and Bertrand Piccard from the ground, reruns of the mission flights and interviews with Solar Impulse team members.