Solar Impulse soars over Atlantic on last leg of historic flight

Solar Impulse CEO André Borschberg sits in the cockpit before takeoff early Saturday morning.

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Solar Impulse pilot André Borschberg had more than 12 hours of solo flying in the cramped cockpit of a solar-powered airplane left, but he was not about to start keeping time.

“I don’t count the hours. If you count the hours, that’s the wrong way to go about it because you say 12, 11, 10, and start to count down,” he said during an in-flight phone interview with CNET on Saturday during his eighth hour of flight. “I try to enjoy each moment. I really try to appreciate…

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