solar impulse2The Solar Impulse continues its fuel-free flight by making its way towards Ouarzazate in Morocco, where it is expected to land after midnight. If you are interested in checking out just how the Solar Impulse is doing, track it live on www.solarimpulse.com, alternatively other channels such as Twitter and Facebook, too, can be accessed to get the latest updates on Solar Impulse and its travels. Not only that, there will also be a smartphone app called “Solar Impulse Inventing the Future” that can be downloaded for free from the Appstore and Google Play, where it will share the airplane’s position, altitude and speed live, while cameras fitted within the cockpit will relay video feedback so that you can see what the Solar Impulse “sees” so many thousand feet up in the sky. Doing so does make me feel as though I want to sprout a couple of wings and just fly to the sky.

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