The Solar Impulse, a single-person solar-powered aircraft piloted by a Swiss adventurer, landed in St Louis, Missouri early on June 4 on the third leg of a transcontinental flight after over 21 hours in the air. The organiser's ground crew rushed out on the tarmac of the Lambert-St Louis International Airport when the aircraft, which has four electric engines and an enormous wingspan, landed at 0627 GMT (1157 IST). Upon landing pilot Bertrand Piccard said that he felt like as if he was coming back from another world. It's almost a shock to return to normal life, he said. Despite the long hours in the air he didn't really feel the fatigue. The landing was broadcast live on the organiser's website, live.solarimpulse.com. Piccard departed the Dallas-Fort Worth airport in Texas aboard the Solar Impulse at 0906 GMT (1436 IST) yesterday on the third of a five-stop journey across the United States aimed at showcasing the potential of renewable energy technologies.
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