Solar Plane Faces Most Dangerous Part Of Round The World Flight

For folks who haven't been following the around-the-world flight of the experimental Solar Impulse 2 since it began last March, this is probably the part where you'll want to start paying attention.
Because what's going on now is simply amazing.
After weeks of weather delays, a lone pilot named Andre Borschberg is now strapped into a tiny cockpit while flying a fragile plane more than 5,000 miles (8,000 kilometers) from Japan to Hawaii.
The journey is expected to last about five days and nights.