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Reference : 44123

‎Bericht Biot's von einer aerostatischen Reise, welche Gay-Lussac und er am 24sten Aug. 1804 unternommen habe. (+) Bericht Gay-Lussac's von seiner aerostatischen Reise, am 16ten Sept. 1804. (+) Versuche über die eudiometrischen Mittel, und über das Verhältniss der Bestandtheile der Atmosphere von Alex. v. Humboldt u. J.F. Gay-Lussac. (+) Bericht des Herrn Akademicus Sacharow...über die Luftfahrt, welche er zu Folge ihres Auftrugs in begleitung des Physicus Robertson am 30sten Junius 1804 unternommen hat.‎

‎Halle, Rengerschen Buchhandlung, 1805. Without wrappers. In "Annalen der Physik. Herausgegeben von Ludwig Wilhelm Gilbert", Bd. 20, Fünftes Stück. (The entire issue offered). Titlepage to vol. 20. Pp. 1-128. Biot's paper: pp. 1-18. - Gay-Lussac: pp. 19-37 - Humboldt & Gay-Lussac: pp. 38-92. - Sacharow: pp. 107-124. These 4 accounts of the earliest scientific ascents with balloons, had the same purposes, namely to make observations on the composition of the air, pressure and the earth's magnetic force. <br>Brockett "Bibliography of Aeronautics" Nos 1856 a, 6303 a a. 10654 a.‎

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Reference : 49066

‎Recherches expérimentales aérodynamiques et données d'expérience.‎

‎(Paris, Gauthier-Villars), 1891. 4to. No wrappers. In: "Comptes Rendus Hebdomadaires des Séances de L'Academie des Sciences", Tome 113, No 2. Pp. (49-) 104 (entire issue offered). Langley's paper: pp. 59-63. Disbound but clean. Tear to one margin, not affecting the text. First appearnce of this pioneering paper in which Langley announced that it is possible, with the motors that we now have, to keep a plane in the air with large speed.<br><br>In 1891 Langley experimented with steam-engine powered Aerodromes, beginning the series which would lead to the human-carrying machine of 1903. The first of these was designated Aerodrome No. 0 and proved a failure. The second machine, Aerodrome No. 1, was powered by a carbonic acid gas and later by compressed air. Aerodrome No. 2, also built in 1891 was also a disappointment. Aerodrome No. 3 (1892) was of stronger construction and was modified a number of times. A better means of heating the steam was tested on Aerodrome No. 3 and was a decided improvement and was incorporated into Aerodrome No. 4. By the end of 1893 Aerodrome No. 4 was ready for testing and a launching device atop a house boat was built.‎

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Reference : 52163

‎Die Flugapparate. Allgemeine Geschichtspunkte bei deren Herstellung und Anwendung.‎

‎Berlin, Mayer & Müller, 1894. Lex8vo. Contemp. clothbacked boards with the orig. printed covers pasted on boards. A paperlabel pasted on boards and spine. Nicks an some browning on printed covers, no loss of text. A stamp on title-page. On frontcover a picture of Lilienthal's famous Hangglider (Modell Stölln ?). 15,(1) pp. "Sonderabdruck aus Nr. 6 der Zeitschrift für Luftschiffahrt und Physik der Atmisphäre. Juni 1894." First edition in the OFFPRINT-ISSUE. A main paper in aviation history. "The key figure in aviation during the last decade of the century, and one of the greatest men in the history of fling, was the german otto Lilienthal (1848-96). The past culminated in him, and the future was born in him. He was the first man in the world to launch himself into the air and fly. It was his gliding that led directly to the work of Chanute and the Wrights, whom he resembled in his appoach to aviation, in his talents, and in his igh qualities of integrity and humility. Lilienthal, says Dollfus simply, 'est le père de l'aviation moderne'." (Gibbs-Smith "Aviation. A historical survey...", pp. 89-90.).‎

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Reference : 51633

‎Hygiene der Aeronautik und Aviatik.‎

‎Wien und Leipzig, Wilhelm Braumüller, 1912. Royal8vo. Partly uncut in the original printed wrappers. Spine with two tears, otherwise fine and clean. (10), 200 pp. First edition of Schrötter's landmark work in aviation medicine. Here he made the first study on the physiological influence of barometric pressure.<br><br>"Schrötter conducted a great deal of research on the physiological influence of barometric pressure and was one of the first to apply these observations to aviation medicine [In the present work]. Following flight tests he was the first to propose a closed, pressurized aluminum cabin, such as was later used by Auguste Piccard. (Garrison & Morton 7177)<br><br>Garrison & Morton 7177‎

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