Solar plane leaves California on cross-country trip

Solar plane leaves California on cross-country trip
The Solar Impulse plane sits on the tarmac early in the morning before takes off on a multi-city trip across the United States from Moffett Field NASA Ames Research Center in Mountain View, Calif., Friday, May 3, 2013. (AP Photo/Tony Avelar)
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. (AP) — Here are the planned stops and dates for the solar plane that left California on Friday. The slow-moving plane is expected to take about 20 to 25 hours to fly between each stop and spend about 10 days in each city.

-- Early May 2013: First leg San Francisco/Moffett Airfield - Phoenix/Sky Harbor, about 650 miles

-- Mid May 2013: Second leg Phoenix/Sky Harbor - Dallas/Fort Worth, about 890 miles

-- End May - Early June 2013: Third leg Dallas/Fort Worth - St. Louis/Lambert Airport, about 560 miles

-- Mid June 2013: Fourth leg St. Louis/Lambert Airport - Washington DC/Dulles, about 700 miles

-- Early July 2013: Fifth and last leg Washington DC/Dulles - New York/JFK, about 230 miles