Of the 36 passengers and 61 crew, 13 passengers and 22 crew died.
The Hindenburg was filled with Hydrogen, a very flammable gas. It is believed that a spark of some kind came in contact with the fragile thin skin of the blimp and that it caused the Hindenburg to ignite. After the ignition, the blimp's hydrogen was blown up by the spreading fire. So then, the...
Use helium instead of hydrogen More precautions and safety
rocket fuel .
alimnum has a low melting point and the powdered paint is highly flameble.
The Hindenburg disaster took place at a Marine Airport called "Lakehurst". It's located in New Jersey (Ocean County), which is in the United States of America.
It didnt. Liquid Oxygen is what rockets use for fuel however the Hindenburg was filled with ahighly reactive gas called hydrogen which ignited shortly after the Hindenburg crashed.
The Hindenburg was a German passenger airship, named the LZ 129Hindenburg. It was destroyed during its attempt to dock with itsmooring mast at the Lakehurst Naval Air Station, which is locatedadjacent to the borough of Lakehurst, New Jersey. The disasteroccurred on the 6th of May, 1937, the day was...
No. Aluminum cans are made from an aluminum alloy. Aluminum powder is a different form and was mixed with glue to coat the fabric of the airships.
he had flied over the world
Jack Snyder of the Camden Courier Post took some of the first Photo's of the disaster getting them to press before even the NY Times.
some people think that its was a cigarette, others say it was an electrical problem... the only people that had any hope of knowing all died in the crash
The Hindenburg disaster took place on Thursday, May 6, 1937.
Today's blimps are not filled with flammable hydrogen gas like Hindenburg was, but normally the non-flammable helium.
The research showed that the skin of the Hindenburg was veryflammable. This meant that if even a spark touched it, there was nochance of survival.
Many died of burns. Others died of smoke inhalation. But the majority of the fatalities were from those who tried in vain to jump from the doomed zeppelin. 37 died that day.
Naval Air Engineering Station Lakehurst in New Jersey .
The airship LZ-129 Hindenburg was used for passenger, mail, and freight transportation, mainly between Germany and the United States, with additional flights between Germany and South America. Hindenburg was the fastest way for passengers and mail to cross the Atlantic at the time; the airship...
the Hindenburg is an airship that exploded in May 6, 1937.
It may have helped lead to WWII but the main reason for the cause as the Treaty of Versalies which blamed Germany for the problems in WWI Hitler was not happy the German was blamed and had to pay a lot for damages .
The Hindenberg was a rigid airship that exploded in Lakehurst ,New Jersey, in 1937....
The Hindenburg was filled with highly flammable hydrogen gas which ignited as the airship was landing at Lakehurst NJ in 1936. 35 of the 97 passengers and crew, as well as one ground crew worker, were killed in the inferno.
They flew away to the skies!
There are still 2 survivors living today.
1. Analysis of fuel in every aspects. 2. Highly inflammable fuel should not be used in the space at any cause. 3. Hydrogen is a future alternative fuel, It should be thoroughly studied and would be implemented.
the person who was in charge of researching the properties of hydrogen would have found out it was flammable, therefor it will be his/her fault.
i think that there was 12 people injured
the mythbusters tested this and the came up with 2 reasons 1. the upper coating of paint had traces of thremte 2.it was filled with hydrogen these combined mad it burn in under barely 38 seconds
Lacquer based silver paint.
Yes, that is what made it even more tragic
Martin Kelly was involved in the Hindenburg, he is a good man....i think
A couple of powerful diesel engines.
Yes, theory is that he blew it up to get revenge on his ex business partner Maximillian Rose. Good things is, because he blew it up Nazis didn't get their hands on the atomic bomb, and execute Hitler's Plan.
It was supposed to be a round trip Frankfurt - New Jersey - Frankfurt. The accident happened during its attempt to dock at the Lakehurst Naval Air Station.
Transporting passengers to the U.S. & Propaganda.
It wasn't a blimp - blimps do not have a rigid frame. TheHindenburg was a zeppelin, or dirigible. It was filled withhydrogen, because the USA had prohibited the export of helium (anon-combustible lighter-than-air gas) to Germany.
36 people died in the crash. There were 97 passengers and crew on board, and 62 people survived.The deaths included 13 passengers, 22 crew, and one worker on theground. Many survivors jumped out of the zeppelin's windows.
from the air around the airship.
There are only 5 theories. St Elmo's fire (static), sabotage, human error, lightening, an errant spark while docking.
The Hindenburg was not a plane; it was an airship, a type ofballoon. It was filled with highly combustible Hydrogen instead ofinert Helium; so when a static electric charge set of a spark as itwas landing in Lakehurst, New Jersey, it exploded and went up inflames in a matter of minutes.
Well, the obvious answer is that the Hindenburg was an airship(zeppelin), and the Titanic was an ocean liner. Most deaths in theHindenburg were from fire or jumping from the airship, while mostdeaths on the Titanic were from drowning or exposure. Finally,there were many more deaths on the Titanic...
The Hindenburg was 804 feet long and could go as fast as 84 milesper hour. It was originally designed to only use helium gas but onthe day of the disaster, it was filled with hydrogen which ishighly flammable. it exploded in flames as it was trying to land inLakehurst, NJ on May 6, 1937.
6th may 1937 7.30pm, lakehurst naval air station, new jersey
The cast of Hindenburg Disaster Newsreel Footage - 1937 includes: Herbert Morrison as Himself - News Reporter
Hindenburg disaster happened on 1937-05-06.
The german airship crashed when securing (landing) in New York and burst into flames. All on board were killed. This made the end of the airship era.