Ader Eole/Avion I
Страна: Франция
Год: 1890

Единственный экземпляр
Jane's Encyclopedia of Aviation
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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.
Artist’s impression of Clement Ader’s Eole.