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A solar-powered plane that unexpectedly landed in Japan to wait out bad weather will undergo repair work on its right wing and resume its around-the-world trip without the use of fuel in mid-June, organizers said Wednesday.

The Solar Impulse 2 had been forced to land at Nagoya airport on Monday night, cutting short what was to be an up to six-day flight from Nanjing, China, to Hawaii, the longest leg of the global trip.

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