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Solar Boat Sails into Cancun Port During U.N. Climate Talks

What better time than now -- when delegates from around the world are gathering in Cancun for a second week of United Nations climate talks -- to show the world what we can do with solar power?

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Solar-Powered Spy Plane Will Be Able to Fly For 5 Years, Non-Stop

Posted by Adam Sewall In Tuesday, September 21 2010 under: SolarEagle, military, Solar Airplane, Boeing, Solar Technology

In July, we relayed news that Andre Borschberg, a Swiss entrepreneur, had successfully completed a 24-hour flight in his solar-powered airplane dubbed the Solar Impulse. While it may be unfair to compare manned flight to unmanned sorties, leave it to the U.S. Defense Department and Boeing to blow Borschberg's record completely out of the water air.

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Solar Impulse Attempts 24-Hour Solar Powered Flight

Just before 7 a.m. local time on Wednesday, a lone pilot by the name of Andre Borschberg took off from Payerne, Switzerland with a less-than-modest mission: a 24-hour, non-stop flight in a solar-powered aircraft.

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