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article imageSolar Impulse touches down on unscheduled Japan stop

By AFP     Jun 1, 2015 in World

The record-breaking Solar Impulse 2 landed safely in Nagoya, Japan on Monday night, an AFP correspondent at the scene reported, on an unscheduled stop caused by bad weather over the Pacific.

A live stream from mission control in Monaco showed flight controllers erupting in cheers and applause as the plane touched the tarmac in central Japan.

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