(GIZMODO) – After restarting its bid to fly around the world last week, the team behind the all-electric solar-powered airplane Solar Impulse has now made it from California to Arizona.

This 16-hour flight was short compared to the previous leg of trip, which saw the craft travel for 62 hours across the Pacific Ocean. The airplane was flown by Andre Borschberg, who alternates pilot duties with Bertrand Piccard. The flight went without a hitch, but high winds did mean that the airplane effectively stood at a standstill at points.

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