Fueled just by the sun, the record-severing plane takes from New York for a transoceanic flight to Seville, Spain.

The Solar Impulse 2 took off before long into the air right on time toward begin of today on the last ocean impediment of its general flight, the Atlantic. The pokey yet astonishing sun based controlled plane took off from New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport at 2:30 a.m. adjoining time and surged toward Seville, Spain, on a trek that ought to most recent four days.

Taking after six hours, Captain Bertrand Piccard guided the plane over Nantucket Island, his last arranging of North America. Almost no sooner than that, a tweet demonstrated Piccard having his first breakfast on the Atlantic leg.

The objective of the Solar Impulse 2, which doesn’t utilize fossil fuel or eject debasements, is to exhibit the capacity of sunlight based improvement. The 5,500-pound plane, which goes around 47 miles for consistently, is controlled by 17,248 sunlight build cells based concerning the wings. They change over light into vitality to control the four electric motors and propellers.

“This is the fundamental step of green aviation,” Andre Borschberg, who substitutes pilot duties with Piccard, told CNET amidst the plane’s deferral in Silicon Valley seven weeks back. “Each leg is a test in light of the way that each leg you find something else.”

Seville ought to be the penultimate stop on Solar Impulse 2’s around the globe flight, which will end in Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates. The record-softening trip began up March 2015 from Abu Dhabi and continued with generally uneventfully until a battery issue constrained Piccard to make a nine-month stopover in Hawaii.

Before leaving New York, Solar Impulse had spent for all intents and purposes 390 hours perceptible all around while flying 14 legs covering a parcel of 18,540 miles (29,837km). You can take after the straggling remains of the flight live online or get commonplace redesigns from the Solar Impulse Twitter keep up.