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July 01, 2010 
Swiss pilot and Solar Impulse CEO Andre Borschberg holds a defective telemetry transceiver after announcing... 
Payerne, Switzerland 
Solar Impulse CEO Borschberg holds a defective telemetry transceiver after announcing the postponement... 
Swiss pilot and Solar Impulse CEO Andre Borschberg holds a defective telemetry transceiver after announcing the postponement of the first night flight attempt with the solar-powered Solar Impulse HB-SIA prototype airplane during a news conference in the firm's hangar in Payerne July 1, 2010. The propeller plane, with a 61-metre (200-foot) wingspan, is powered by four electric motors and designed to fly day and night by saving surplus energy from its 12,000 solar cells in high-performance batteries. REUTERS/Pascal Lauener (SWITZERLAND - Tags: TRANSPORT SCI TECH ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS) 
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