Aircraft Vol. 1 by Alfred W. Lawson

By Alfred W. Lawson

Первый том авиационной энциклопедии, издававшейся с марта 1910 г.

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He hides in the tree- The is tops, rolled like a ball, in a knot-hole, or in the crotch several branches, in a mantle. At and sleeps wrapped membranous nightfall he awakes, spreads his sails, with surprising in the air in his agility. formed by In the light he is skin as and leaps as inanimate awaking from time to time to eat a little, but when night falls he moves so swiftly that the human eye cannot follow his movements. He is as agile as a monkey. He has been known to spring thirty-three feet into the air and leap to a distance of one hundred and two feet.

Eyesight being so defective as compared with photography that it gives only a fleeting and imperfectly remembered glimpse of an object, this sphere will doubtless be based upon the focal range of such combinations of the lens and telescope as will be developed for the express purpose. ift ALEXANDER'S OPINIONS PATRICK ALEXANDER, of London, England, last twenty years of his life studypromoting the science of ing and aeronautics, and who has visited almost everj' country in the world in the interests of the aeronautical movement, spent an interesting hour in the editorial department of Aircraft recently.

N (speed not 3, speed 21 miles per hour. Rhenish-Westphalian Motor Airship Co.. 2,000 m. ). Soo m. 3, speed 26 miles per hour. iNIilitary No. I, 5,500 m. 3, speed 26-2S miles per wooden flights are promin Switzerland. to encourage Swiss aviation. Already there are six aeroplanes in the countrv, of which one IS that built by the makers of the Dufaux motor, which has already made short flights. corps. -" ible baby, planned an aviation e\hi March under Aeronautica Italiana. — Count ,. balloons ised bition next of.

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