Finally he described, amongst some merriment, the ingenious but highly dangerous aeronautic
invention of Professor Challenger, and wound up a most memorable address by an account of the methods by which the committee did at last find their way back to civilization.
Grubb and Bert heard of it in a music-hall, then it was driven home to their minds by the cinematograph, then Bert's imagination was stimulated by a sixpenny edition of that aeronautic classic, Mr.
Bert knew enough of things and the problem of aeronautics to realise that this gigantic imitation of a bee would, to use his own idiom, "give the newspapers fits." The next day it was clear the fits had been given even as he said: their magazine pages were black with hasty photographs, their prose was convulsive they foamed at the headline.
Butteridge, it became evident, was a man singularly free from any false modesty--indeed, from any modesty of any kind--singularly willing to see interviewers, answer questions upon any topic except aeronautics, volunteer opinions, criticisms, and autobiography, supply portraits and photographs of himself, and generally spread his personality across the terrestrial sky.
Speaking with journalists on the seventh convocation of the institution which will hold next Saturday, the vice chancellor of the university, Professor Abdulrasheed Na'Allah, said that the Aeronautic
Engineering department of the institution won the grant.
He has gained broad industrial and aeronautic
experience over many years and in many roles both inside and outside Airbus.
Collier Trophy, awarded annually by the National Aeronautic
Association, honors the "greatest achievement in aeronautics
or astronautics in America."
Uber hired Mark Moore, a chief technologist at the Langley Research Center in Virginia who specializes in conceptual designs for advanced aeronautic
EVADA Aircraft Corp is an aeronautic
company based in Wyoming that combines the technology in general aviation aircraft.
The civilian aeronautic
authority said soon after the crash that two people had been killed.
Summary: European Aeronautic
, Defence & Space Co expects demand for the Airbus SAS A380 superjumbo, the world's biggest passenger plane, to recover after issues with the wing and the global financial crisis hurt sales.