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Mike John, Content Explorer
Answered: Jan 14, 2019
Aviation is the vocational craft referring to mechanical flight and the aircraft industry. It began in the 18th century with the creation of the hot air balloon, an apparatus capable of existing...Read More

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Mike John, Content Explorer
Answered: Jan 14, 2019
The Beluga XL is a heavy-lift transport aircraft developed by the French aircraft manufacturer Airbus. It’s name comes from the Beluga whale because of its great size. Set to begin its...Read More

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Bergeront Tiffney, Computer Engineer
Answered: Jan 24, 2019
Hot air balloons have quite a bit of science behind them. Since they were first thought out, aeronautical engineering has helped. While it has not always been referred to as such, the modern...Read More

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Bergeront Tiffney, Computer Engineer
Answered: Jan 22, 2019
Clouds never cease to mindlessly do it after they materialize out of thin air. Birds have been instinctually doing it with artful grace and ease since first a bird spread its wings. People have...Read More

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Samantha Stewart, Philanthropist
Answered: Jan 24, 2019
Most airplanes today are made out of aluminum, a strong, yet lightweight metal. The first passenger plane, the Ford Tri-Motor from 1928, was made out of the material. It was considered to be...Read More

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O. Bickis, Corporate employee
Answered: Jan 22, 2019
When the Hindenburg crashed in 1937, the Zeppelin was a favorite mode of transportation for going across the ocean. However, after the crash in Manchester Township, New Jersey, in May of 1937,...Read More

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O. Bickis, Corporate employee
Answered: Jan 22, 2019
The first passenger flight took place in January 1914. The 21-mile journey took 23 minutes to complete, and the “boatline” as it was named, was piloted by the famed Tony Jannus....Read More

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Julie Ann Sullivan
Answered: Jan 18, 2019
The study of propulsion is all about the review of the basic operation and design of devices that are known as being aerospace propulsion devices. These devices include air-breathing engines and...Read More

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G. Deacon, Civil Engineer
Answered: Dec 11, 2019
Composite alloys are important materials for aerospace industries. This is because they offer a lot of properties that cannot be gotten from a particular element. Most airplanes are built using...Read More

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Bergeront Tiffney, Computer Engineer
Answered: Jan 24, 2019
Hot air balloons can be used for short distance travel only. Since hot air balloons travel at the speed of the wind, it is an extremely slow way to travel, and not entirely reliable since the...Read More

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Bergeront Tiffney, Computer Engineer
Answered: Jan 24, 2019
The lightest plane ever created was the Bede BD-5 micro plane. These were crafted in the 1970s, and shipped to buyers who had placed deposits on the aircraft. The motors for the planes were not...Read More

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Ken Wilson, Marketing Analyst
Answered: Jan 29, 2019
There are many benefits for the use of aluminum in constructing airplanes. The lightweight and resistance of the material make it an ideal metal. Steel is also resistant to rust and wear, but the...Read More

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O. Bickis, Corporate employee
Answered: Jan 22, 2019
Yifl7Airships use a very different form of flight than most airplanes. These aircraft are commonly referred to as “lighter than air” because they rely on gasses to power their flight....Read More

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O. Bickis, Corporate employee
Answered: Jan 22, 2019
The answer to this question is one that might surprise you. It is no secret that many prefer to travel by air, rather than by automobile these days. But at any given point, there are over 6,000...Read More

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Andrew
Answered: Jan 13, 2019
Anyone who's ever watched the 1939 film The Wizard of Oz (or seen the Broadway musical Wicked) will recall the wacky way the wizard first arrived into Oz: by hot air balloon. Just like the...Read More

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