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Images of lighter-than-air technology from a century ago




Aerostats in 1912: A Look in Scientific American's Archives [Slide Show]

Images of lighter-than-air technology from a century ago, two years before World War I broke out in Europe



In 1912 airships and balloons, powered and unpowered, were being developed to explore, to entertain, to travel, and to wage war. Aerostats (any lighter-than-air craft) remained highly sensitive to weather and many were floated by flammable hydrogen (at least until the destruction of the Hindenburg in May 1937) but despite the limitations, great hopes were placed on these frail craft.


Image: Scientific American, Dec 28, 1912


CROSSING THE ATLANTIC:  Airship Suchard was redesigned and rebuilt three times by Joseph Brucker i

n Germany. It was supposed to go from East to West with the trade winds but the attempt was never made.

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Scientific American, March 16, 1912


FUN WITH BALLOONS:  Two aeronauts (with much sartorial aplomb—at least one of them sports a bow tie) artfully meld the science of self-photography with the latest in balloon development, at an altitude of 2,000 feet over Bordeaux, France.


BALLOON AS WEAPON:  The “photogrammetric gun” used a camera to create a map “with sufficient accuracy for military purposes.” In World War I, balloons were widely used for observation and artillery spotting


FRENCH DIRIGIBLE: The Lieutenant Selle de Beauchamp was supposed to be the French military response to the increasing capabilities of the German Zeppelins.

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Scientific American, January 27, 1912


BEAUCHAMP GONDOLA: The huge propellers of the French military airship Lieutenant Selle de Beauchamp were driven by two motors of only 80 horsepower each.

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Scientific American, January 27, 1912


MILITARY AIRSHIPS:"A struggle has begun on the European continent for the military control of the air." The sizes show the relative airship strength of countries that would become combatants when World War I broke out in Europe in 1914


TOURISM BY AIRSHIP: This advertisement starring the Zeppelin airship Schwaben tried to sell (but never delivered) a 110-day cruise for $650 ($15,000 in today’s money)


TRAVEL BY ZEPPELIN: An airship is pulled from the hanger in Frankfurt by a ground crew. The very civilized trip to Duesseldorf included a cold repast served by the steward



SAFER DIRIGIBLE: Designed by Melvin Vaniman but never built. A bag of Goodyear rubber was to be held at a constant volume within in an immensely strong envelope of cotton reinforced with steel piano wire.

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Scientific American, February 17, 1912


ILL-FATED AKRON: Emerging from its hangar is “America’s only airship.” Designed by Melvin Vaniman, lift was provided by hydrogen, propulsion by gasoline engine


AKRON IN FLIGHT AND WRECKED: The airship maneuvering close to the water during a test flight. Later, the hydrogen-filled vessel exploded just off the New Jersey shore, in front of thousands of horrified spectators.


Source: Scientific American



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Since 1962 I doubted on Newton's laws. I did not accept the infinitive speed and I found un-vivid the laws of gravity and time.

I learned the Einstein's Relativity, thus I found some answers for my questions. But, I had another doubt of Infinitive Mass-Energy. And I wanted to know why light has stable speed?




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