By Alfred W. Lawson
Первый том авиационной энциклопедии, издававшейся с марта 1910 г.
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Expects to use with it a 17,000 cubic feet balloon. Messrs. Preble & Rekar. of Portland. , are busy building an airship which they expect great results from, and when completed will do as they The Russian Government has claim, and more. offered $3,000,000 for the patents if the airship can a flight of i,coo miles. A. Harrison, of Wichita. , has already pro- duced a machine which promises to De Witt C. Dorman. of Monot, H. , has built an aeroplane with the absence of planes. It has all propellers, eight blades being attached to the frame.
No. , French Go for the No. III. Zodiac (of works), 750 m. 3. goo m. 3, 1,200 m. 3, with speed varying from 14-24 miles per hour. " Semi-rigid type," Le Jaune. 500 m. 3. Military training airship. Liberte, for the War Office. " In preparation ": Spiess dirigible, Malecot dirigible, mixed balloon-aeroplane system. S00 m. 3, speed 26 miles an hour. — " No. , Aero Club. 1 Pa '. '^P'^' JM°- War les per hour. Parseval type, ijes per hour. 1 No. War type, given). Imperial Clouth, 1,720 m. u 4,000 m. 3, speed 2S-30 Offi,__.
Corps. -" ible baby, planned an aviation e\hi March under Aeronautica Italiana. — Count ,. balloons ised bition next of. M tain Thos. ,,, 1,1 . a. — At Albert C. Triaca ken a monoplane constructed on the new SchulzeITerfort system flew two hundred yards. i m was opened. This has now iimlIu,! ium. is. w n. , FebBuilding, Mechanic's in held personal direction of the under 23d. ruary i6th to Chester I. Campbell and sanctioned by the Aero Club of New England and the Aero Club of of viewing ANof opportunity aircraft will be afforded March, igio GENERAL IN Mrs.