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Bleriot XI paper model

Bleriot XI paper model

WHEREAS Levavasseur and Latham were preparing the "Antoinette" for crossing the English Channel, another manufacturer trying to take speed: Louis Blériot. The latter was certainly to his fine performance but, in general, others came specifically to achieve before him! For example, the flight of 30 km. in the Beauce, October 31 1908, took place the day after the exploit Farman, linking a Bouy wing coup in Reims. In addition, the fortunes of BLERIOT had been devoured by its aircraft "paper of China" (as we called then) and only one hit could save financially. His aircraft, the type XI, was rea... Read more

Santos Dumont 14-bis

Santos Dumont 14-bis

1906 In the history of aviation, 1906 was a decisive year. One man especially marked this year of its footprint: Santos-Dumont. Brazilian origin, settled in Paris for many years, Alberto Santos-Dumont was already famous for its flights in airship. Devoting his time and his great fortune to conquer the air, he ardently wanted to be the first man flying in Europe. Pioneer of ballooning, Santos-Dumont had a real compunction to "switch sides" also dreamed there a moment of a hybrid engine, mid-air, mid-ball. But he soon abandoned this dream and, in mid-1906, turned to pure aviation, undertaking th... Read more

Wright Flyer model

Wright Flyer model

903 WHEREAS Langley narrowly failed, two other Americans, the brothers Orville and Wilbur Wright, bicycle manufacturers, completed the final preparations that would lead them to success. Friends of noble and selfless Octave Chanute, the Wright brothers were first built in 1902, a glider inspired the work of their famous mentor. The glider with a proven, they just songèrent engined airplane essentially a virtually copied its model. In December 1903, they carried their aircraft to-Kitty Hawk, a small beach of North Carolina, and laid off a ramp. After a failed test on December 14, the Wright br... Read more

Clement Ader's aircraft : Eole (Avion I)

Clement Ader's aircraft : Eole (Avion I)

1890 EOLE ADER (1841-1925) Inventor of aviation and the word 'avion' (Airplane in french), but also root AVIS acronym for aircraft flying bird Imitating Nature. EOLE D'ADER (1841-1925) Inventeur de l'aviation et du mot 'avion', racine AVIS mais aussi acronyme de Appareil Volant Imitant Oiseau Naturel. If I manage to leave, you look where the wheels have left the ground ... "Whoever was speaking Clement Ader. It was addressed tonight, 9 October 1890, a small group of men gathered around a strange device in the grounds of Castle Armainvilliers, in Seine-et - Marne ... "Airplane ... Plane ... "T... Read more

Early Flying Machines Models

Early Flying Machines Models

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