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HISTORY OF FLIGHT : 

HISTORY OF FLIGHT HARRISON PARR GENO MURRAY images.google.com/.webloc

THE FIRST AIRPLANE : 

THE FIRST AIRPLANE Aulus Gellius, Archytas was known to have constructed the first flight mechanism called the “The Pigeon”. It was propelled by a jet of steam and was almost bird like. It was also known to have flown over 200 meters.

FIRST HOT AIR BALLOON : 

FIRST HOT AIR BALLOON Zhuge Liang, an inventor in China, created the Kongming Lantern which became known as the first hot air balloon in the 2nd-3rd century CE. Although the aircraft was not suitable for human transportation.

THE 1786 DRAWING OF THE HISTORIC BALLOON MADE BY THE MONTGOLFIER BORTHERS’ : 

THE 1786 DRAWING OF THE HISTORIC BALLOON MADE BY THE MONTGOLFIER BORTHERS’ images.google.com/.webloc

FLIGHT ATTEMPTS!! : 

FLIGHT ATTEMPTS!! > www.youtube.com/watch?v=#14E9EA

FAILED FLIGHT ATTEMPT : 

FAILED FLIGHT ATTEMPT images.google com/..webloc

DEVELOPMENT OF AIRPLANES : 

DEVELOPMENT OF AIRPLANES What people needed was lifting surfaces, more likely known as wings, a trustworthy engine and need to be able to control the aircraft in three dimensions.

SIR GEORGE KAYLEY : 

SIR GEORGE KAYLEY A theorist proved people when he was able to discover and invent the first gliders and man-driven kites. images.google.com/.webloc

FRANCIS HERBERT WENHAM : 

FRANCIS HERBERT WENHAM He used a wind tunnel in his studies and discovered that wings were the key to flight. images.google.com/.webloc

FIRST AIRLINER : 

FIRST AIRLINER William Samuel Henson and John Stringfellow, British inventers, collaborated in the early 1800s and were able to produce the first model of the airliner. images.google.com/.webloc

EARLY ROCKETS : 

EARLY ROCKETS During the period 1880–1930 the idea of using rockets for space travel was viewed by the public.

IN CONCLUSION : 

IN CONCLUSION The history of flight is still evolving in many ways. Such as the use of aircraft and rockets.

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