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Indeed the fruit of his many years’ study of aeronautic conditions was ready for the gathering at this very moment.
Aircraft and Submarines Willis J. Abbot.
The secretary of the aeronautic association wrote me that he had picked out for us one of the best on the grounds.
The Motor Boys on the Wing Clarence Young
Clutching its aeronautic thread, the minute creature mounts in an apotheosis.
The Life of the Spider J. Henri Fabre
He took a prominent part in aeronautic experiments during his stay in France.
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 11, Slice 1 “Franciscans” to “French Language” Various
They were rising in the air smoothly and quietly, and moving slowly to the throb of the engine athwart the aeronautic park.
The War in the Air Herbert George Wells
Theres going to be a big airship carnival next month, boys, said Andy Rush, who seemed to keep abreast of aeronautic matters.
The Motor Boys in the Clouds Clarence Young
In the aeronautic journals and in the London Times there is no mention of escaped balloons, in the summer or fall of 1898.
The Book of the Damned Charles Fort
McCook has given some interesting notes of his own observations on aeronautic spiders.
Spiders Cecil Warburton
And all this, in connection with aeronautic machinery, means work for thousands of mechanics.
Don Hale with the Flying Squadron W. Crispin Sheppard
He travelled nine leagues in the air: managing his machine with a skill never since surpassed in aeronautic experiments.
A Voyage in a Balloon (1852) Jules Verne
of or relating to aeronauts or aeronautics
the science or art of flight. Contemporary Examples We also happen to have a wonderful commentator, Clive Irving, who is obsessed with aeronautics. The Daily Beast Turns 2! Tina Brown October 4, 2010 They offered free flight instruction and other courses in aeronautics to all comers. Red Tails Overlooks the Story of America’s First Black […]
noun a functional disorder of aeroplane pilots characterized by anxiety and various psychosomatic disturbances, caused by insufficient oxygen at high altitudes and the emotional tension of flying
the study of chemical and physical phenomena in the upper atmosphere. noun the science of the earth’s upper atmosphere aeronomy (â-rŏn’ə-mē) The scientific study of the upper atmospheric regions of the Earth and other planets, where the ionization of gas takes place. Aeronomy is also concerned with the atmospheres around comets and satellites, or any […]
aeropathy aeropathy aer·op·a·thy (â-rŏp’ə-thē) n. A pathological condition induced by a change in the atmospheric pressure.