This photo from the Solar Impulse website shows the plane departing Nanjing, China, on Sunday, May 31, 2015. On Monday, bad weather forced the plane's pilot to make an unscheduled landing in Nagoya, Japan -- furthering delaying the attempt to be the first to fly a solar-powered plane across the Pacific to Hawaii. Still, the 36-hour Nanjing-Nagoya leg was the longest solar-powered flight ever.
This photo from the Solar Impulse website shows the plane departing Nanjing, China, on Sunday, May 31, 2015. On Monday, bad weather forced the plane's pilot to make an unscheduled landing in Nagoya, Japan -- furthering delaying the attempt to be the first to fly a solar-powered plane across the Pacific to Hawaii. Still, the 36-hour Nanjing-Nagoya leg was the longest solar-powered flight ever.
This photo from the Solar Impulse website shows the plane departing Nanjing, China, on Sunday, May 31, 2015. On Monday, bad weather forced the plane's pilot to make an unscheduled landing in Nagoya, Japan -- furthering delaying the attempt to be the first to fly a solar-powered plane across the Pacific to Hawaii. Still, the 36-hour Nanjing-Nagoya leg was the longest solar-powered flight ever.

Weather forces Solar Impulse plane to land in Japan

June 01, 2015 09:12 AM

UPDATED June 01, 2015 11:33 PM

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