Interview With Solar Impulse Pilot

ABC News' Alyssa Newcomb speaks with Bertrand Piccard as he completes the solar-powered airplane's flight across the U.S.
2:41 | 05/25/16

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First the blood on it at state congratulations. On crossing the united gay. I wanted to ask you how your flight going day. Their ability. That you put up nice words and it's true that. When I heard that the air traffic controller from New York. I'd go to low we've Chris that you that states overriding element you still having trouble Hawaii. Through central fiscal Seagates. Boots. They let. That's so great we're very happy so that I did it could let the good that very. Vehicle because he scrolls. Date still the or at that. And 400 provides good that they're result in this. That is not very early going to go to denies that for a look at the morning. Who exploit this but let Eric have date. And the Edwin derived the well lead over at the height body that would. Still though of holding that means to waits. For several hours until the winds decrease is. In the airport look behind study and that that we then got denied that such advocate good night good. And what. And almost in my area angle or stealing moment for use so far and its journey around the world. As the global terror of the dissident Kotsonori polls. Immediately boost. That despicable principle than you would put that could speak to die you and the federalists and the the United Nations. Broke the typical sort Oracle's. And speak occult. You technologies. That focused look typical civil servants. And fight against climate change and to protect the indictments. We can you beat technologies that create they brought their consistent growth that that's predicted that the facility boasts that they couldn't rest. That you that the nation's. Died that solar boat that was thought that it will be Dallas as a pie that has an explorer. The most optimistic moments was depressing between Hawaii. And and some. Let's just go you know I looked at them they look yourself in the middle of the night the important thing in the and I was just would be happy. That it can do rolled right BC the world of exploration and get ultimate you'll come to told the you expect albeit old but you are seeing that in its and you discover what you have besides get yourself until Seoul. The detention and discovered themselves. Thank you so much for speaking with me today and where.

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