Solar Impulse 2 touches down in Tulsa

Solar plane touches down in Tulsa, former oil capital of the world

Scott Thompson, PennEnergy

At 11:15 central time the Solar Impulse 2 touched down in Tulsa, Oklahoma from an 18-hour flight from Phoenix, Arizona. The Solar Impulse 2 completed the 11th leg in its journey across the world powered only by the sun. Read Full Article >>>


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