Aircraft Vol. 1 by Alfred W. Lawson

By Alfred W. Lawson

Первый том авиационной энциклопедии, издававшейся с марта 1910 г.

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It is therefore fairly certain that some such arrangement will be decided upon for the air. The basis of the three-mile limit for the sea is the carriage of a cannon shot in the old days when the iimit was established. Why not transfer the same test to the The seems latter school to in the last A air? claim to the right to rule over such a portion of the atartillery is obviously an en- March, igio bound to receive full attention in the making of inSo espionage as a force must be reckoned with. A moment's thought will convince anyone that of all methods of espionage observation from the air above is the safest, easiest and most efficient for most purposes.

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CAMUEL PIERPONT LANGLEY, the famous astronomer and physicist, and third Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, was born on August 22, 1834, at Roxbury, Mass. He took up civil engineering and architecture for a profession, but abandoned these pursuits in 1864 and built a telescope together with his brother. A year later he was made assistant astronomer at the PIar%'ard •-^ College Observatory. In 1866. after a brief stay United States Naval Academy at Annaphe was called to the Western University of Pennsylvania as professor of astronomy and physics and director of the Allegheny Observatory at Pittsburg.

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