TOKYO A solar-powered plane attempting a round-the-world flight will cut short the seventh leg of its 35,000-km global (22,000-mile) journey, landing in Nagoya, western Japan, due to bad weather.
The plane will land at a small airport in Nagoya around midnight local time, one of the project's organizers told Reuters.
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