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FIRST SUCCESSFUL PLANE

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Omai Tran

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Transcript of FIRST SUCCESSFUL PLANE

Wright Flyer
Introduction
By: Omai Tran
The Wright Brothers
Orville Wright
Inventors and aviation pioneers
Developed The First successful airplane
Also known for Three-axis controller
Years working in bicycle shop
Seven siblings
Interested in flight since childhood
3 and 4 years of High school
One of the great figures of history
Wilbur Wright
Born on April 16, 1867
Born in Millville, Indiana
Died on May 30, 1912
Died in Dayton, Ohio
Typhoid Fever
Never married
Awarded Congressional Medal of Honor, etc.
Wrote articles and made speeches
Born August 19, 1871
Born in Dayton, Ohio
Died January 30, 1948
Died in Dayton, Ohio
Second Heart attack
Never married
Self-oiling pub/wheel
National Advisory committee for Aeronautics, etc.
Sold company
The Wright Flyer
Further Details
Observing flying birds
Applying the bird's technique to the plane
Series of Gliders
Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina
Unmanned and Piloted
Succeeded
12 seconds
700 pounds
Flyer I or 1903 Flyer
First Successful Aircraft
Wright Brothers
Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, United States
December 17, 1903
4 years research and development
Improves human needs
First successful aircraft
Developed by the wright brothers
Major event in History of Aviation
Recognizable form of transportation
Inspired float planes, biplanes, etc.
Negative Impacts
Short - term
Long - term
Positive Impacts
Long - term
Short - term
Jet lag
Getting a cold
Illness
Cancer
Cardiovascular disease
Hearing loss
mental disorders
Pollution
Travel
Fast
Safe
Connect people
Economic Development
World trade
Providing jobs
International
Connect people around the world together
Tourism
Education opportunities
Trade
Sharing Culture
Future Developments
Making planes more eco - friendly by trying to reduce noise and C02 emission
"self - organized" planes
Alternative energy sources
Windowless Aircraft
Conclusion
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