A solar powered plane flying around the world has made another stop in America.
FOX's Dave Anthony reports:
It has bigger wings than a 747 to hold the thousands of cells that catch the sun's rays and power the Solar Impulse II.
The plane only flies about 30 miles an hour, but can top 50. So it took 16 hours to fly from Mountain View California to Phoenix where pilot André Borschberg landed late Monday night:
(Borschberg) "Flying over so many places, which made history in addition, but also in many fields, was very special."
The round the world voyage started in March of last year in Abu Dhabi. When or where it will fly next has not been announced.
The Solar Impulse II will make two more stops in the U.S. Before heading across the Atlantic.
Dave Anthony, FOX News.