A plane powered by solar energy has completed a 62-hour flight without any fuel.
Solar Impulse 2 took off on Thursday from Hawaii and landed in California completing its crossing of the Pacific Ocean.
The plane started the journey in July last year in a flight from Nagoya in Japan to Hawaii that lasted 117 hours and 52 minutes.
That’s part of the team’s aim of achieving an around-the-world-flight with the solar airplane.
It is the first solar plane capable to fly day and night without any fuel, only using energy stored in its batteries.
André Borschberg, Co-founder of the project said: “This flight was a huge step in the adventure and Bertrand Piccard accomplished it like a professional pilot.”