Montgolfier Joseph Michel

Related to Montgolfier Joseph Michel: Montgolfier brothers

Mont·gol·fier

 (mŏnt-gŏl′fē-ər, môN-gôl-fyā′), Joseph Michel 1740-1810.
French aeronautic inventor who with his brother Jacques Étienne (1745-1799) built and ascended in the first practical hot-air balloon (1783).
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