Turanor PlanetSolar: The First Solar-powered Boat

The Turanor PlanetSolar, the first solar-powered boat to travel around the world, arrives in Hong Kong. The Swiss-flagged boat, which was built in Germany and cost $26 million, is topped by 500 square meters of black solar panels. (Laurent Fievet/AFP/Getty Images)

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