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"Aerial Navigation" a.k.a. "Aërial navigation" is a book by Albert Francis Zahm.
- also known as "Aërial navigation a popular treatise on the growth of air craft and on aëronautical meteorology", "Aërial navigation; a popular treatise on the growth of air craft and on aeronautical meteorology"
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by John C. GARDNER (of Leytonstone.)
Aerial navigation is a necessary consequence of 'Perpetual Motion, by whatever means Perpetual Motion is accomplished. In addition to this, there is what the writer calls a “ Truth-seeker's Rule,” by which the labours of future discoverers will ...
The Outlaws of the Air (2014)
by George Griffith
The Revanche landed last, and as they disembarked, Max said to Hartog“Well, aerial navigation is a very fine thing in its way, but it's a relief to get your feet on terra firma again, and have a good stretch, after all. Isn't the air of this valley ...
Dictionary of aviation (1911)
by R.M. Pierce
aerial navigation, navrgation of the air; airsnavrgation; the art of floating, sailing ...
by Noah Webster
Aerial navigation. AE-RU'GIN-OUS , a.
The Readable Dictionary (1860)
by John Williams (of Lancaster, O.)
Aerostation, aerial navigation. Aerolite. a stone which has fallen from the air. (Gr. N90: [lithos], astone. AIGHP [Arman], the air. (Gal Hence, Ether, a thin, subtle matter, much finer and rarer than air, which, some philosophers suppose, begins ...
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Perfection of aerial navigation - Soapine did it! [back]
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