Ader Eole/Avion I
Страна: Франция
Год: 1890

Единственный экземпляр
Jane's Encyclopedia of Aviation

Jane's Encyclopedia of Aviation

Ader Eole (France) Bat-winged monoplane built by Clement Ader. Became the first piloted and powered (one 15 kW; 20 hp Ader-designed steam engine driving a primitive four-blade tractor propeller) aeroplane to fly from level ground, in an uncontrolled hop at the Chateau Pereire, Armainvilliers, France, on 9 October 1890. The aircraft covered approximately 50 m (165 ft).
Model of Ader’s Eole (9 October 1890)
Самолет "Эол" ("Авьон"I) Клемана Адера.
Одна из попыток К. Адера взлететь на «Эоле», октябрь 1890 г. (акварель)
Artist’s impression of Clement Ader’s Eole.