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BALLOONS &DIRIGIBLES. A INTRODUCTION TO AERO TECH DEVELOPMENT. FRENCH BROTHERS. On 25 th April 1783 launched the first true hot air balloon in annonay, France . That rose 305mt before air cooled

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balloons dirigibles

BALLOONS &DIRIGIBLES

A INTRODUCTION TO AERO TECH

DEVELOPMENT

french brothers
FRENCH BROTHERS

On 25th April 1783 launched the first true hot air balloon in annonay, France . That rose 305mt before air cooled

On 19th October 1783 in command performance took at the court of Versailles. The first passengers of that flight are sheep, duck and rooster.

Joseph Michael

Montgolfier

francois filatre de rozier marquis d arlands
FRANCOIS FILATRE DE ROZIER&MARQUIS D'ARLANDS

First human passenger and pilots for hot air balloons

Rozier alone drifted 25.6m on 15th October 1783

A month later both made a flight of 8.5km in 25min

jacques alexandre cesar charles
Jacques Alexandre Cesar Charles
  • Hot air was replaced by hydrogen
  • Hydrogen has very less weight when compared to air
  • On 25th August 1783 he demonstrated a hydrogen balloon successfully
  • This act was witnessed by Benjamin Franklin witnessed this event and immediately wrote to scientists of U.S about importance of balloons
  • On December 1783 Charles and his assistant made a flight of 43km from the garden of the Tuilleries Paris
  • It is witnessed by 4,00,000 spectators
j ane pierre blanchard
Jane Pierre Blanchard

One of the most noticeable person in the history of aeronautical history

First person to cross English channel and first to fly

He is a barnstormer and experimenter

He was first to attempt controlled flight with sails and rudders

s opie blanchard
Sopie Blanchard

First women pilot

She started flying in 1805

She made 59 ascents and put fir works from her hydrogen balloon

blanchard
Blanchard

First woman pilot

zeppelins
ZEPPELINS

Count Ferdinand von zeppelin the inventor of zeppelin

The first person to realize the importance of rigid body to the dirigibles

He was the citizen of Friedrichshafen

On 2nd July 1900 the dirigibles came into existence with full design and they had their flight until the out brake of 1st world war

LZ-127 was ultimate airship it had covered a distance of 1.5 million kilometers