Aeronautics sentence examples

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  • On the Various Modes of Flight in relation to Aeronautics," Proc. Roy.

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  • 2 " On the Various Modes of Flight in relation to Aeronautics," by J.

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  • -Some of the books mentioned under Aeronautics contain details of flying machines; see H.

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  • So he hired aeronautics engineers to examine the physics of the situation and come up with a seamless solution.

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  • Aeronautics engineer and inventor of the double-piston, Hugo Junkers, valued punctuality above all else.

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  • Wright Henderson, The Life and Times of John Wilkins (1910), and also the article Aeronautics.

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  • aeronautics gallery.

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  • aeronautics sector.

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  • Aeronautics >>

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  • Subjects include aeronautics, astronautics, military vehicle and weapon technology, and electronic and information warfare.

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  • Core businesses cover aeronautics, electronics, energy, information and services, space, systems integration and telecommunications.

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  • The feedback was primarily into military, not civil aeronautics -- most significantly, from Britain's point of view, into the Spitfire.

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  • aeronautics engineer Leonard Cramp suggests this was caused by a powerful gravitational field produced by the craft.

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  • aeronautics industry is one of the UK's leading manufacturing sectors and has achieved continual technological advance and productivity improvement.

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  • aeronautics research experimental craft, was an Annapolis classmate of mine.

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  • aeronautics technologies grew and went through their stages, and this has given me insight into my own.

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  • (See Aeronautics.) with vessels, which when filled can hold no more.

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  • His name is especially associated with two main branches of investigation - aeronautics, and the exploration of the infra-red portions of the solar spectrum.

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  • In aeronautics he succeeded in demonstrating the practicability of mechanical flight.

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  • Moedebeck, A Pocketbook of Aeronautics, trans.

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  • Of the many scientific problems of modern times, there are few possessing a wider or more enduring interest than that of aerial navigation (see also Aeronautics).

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