The Solar Impulse Si2 finally left Nanjing, China, this weekend to continue its flight around the world. What would have been the longest leg of the planned trip, expected at 120 hours, was cut short by unexpected weather conditions over the Pacific, forcing the solar powered airplane to divert to Komaki Airport image: http://images.intellitxt.com/ast/adTypes/icon1.png in Nagoya, Japan. Read More >>