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Battery Problems Ground Solar Impulse 2

Si2 suffered ‘irreversible’ battery damage.

Solar Impulse 2 is stuck on the ground in Hawaii after suffering  “irreversible” battery damage caused by overheating during its record-setting, five-day flight from Nagoya, Japan, project leaders said.
 
The solar-powered airplane, with Swiss pilot André Borschberg at the controls, landed safely in Hawaii on July 3, completing the longest leg of its around-the-world attempt and <a href="http://www.flyingmag.com/news/solar-impulse-breaks-record-longest-fl

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Photo by: Solar Impulse/ Revillard

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