A revolutionary solar-powered plane has touched down in New York completing a historic flight across the United States.
The journey took almost two months to complete, and was taken in many separate stages.
The occasion was slightly marred as a planned fly-pass past the Statue of Liberty had to be cancelled due to a tear in the left wing.
It is the first time a solar-powered plane capable of flying day and night has flown across America.
Despite having the same wingspan as a 370 tonne Airbus A340, the Solar Impulse weighs only 1.6 tonnes.
Sunlight via 12,000 solar cells powers the aircraft's four propellors while charging a 400kg battery for night-time flight.
It is a single-seat aircraft with pilots Andre Borschberg and Bertrand Piccard taking it in turns to fly.
The Solar Impulse made the world's first inter-continental flight from Gibraltar to Morocco last year.
The next challenge is to fly a larger, two seat version around the world in 2015.