The original Wright Flyer can be seen at the air and space wing of the Smithsonian museum in Washington DC.
There are also many replicas on display at various museums around the country.
THis is the first successful aircraft FLOWN, not built. -Many aircraft were invented and built before this.
The Bede 5 Micro. -It's variant,the Bede 5J is the world's smallest jet. see related link -
I think it could be the Spruce Goose that was built by Howard Hughes. It is big lumbering and has been flown only once. If you ever want to see it I think it is still located in Long Beach, CA.
Ford built its first truck in 1900. See: http://trucks.about.com/cs/vintagetrucks/a/ford_trucks.htm
Of course they work - didn't you ever see an airplane flying?
Amelia Earhart went to the state fair at the age of 11 and saw an airplane show
No. Aristotle died roughly 1,800 years before the first telescope was ever built.
At the Iowa State Fair in 1908.
Amelia saw her first aircraft in 1919 in Toronto.
At the Canadian National Exposition in Toronto, in 1918.
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Because usually the ground is in the way and blocking part of it. But if you ever look down and see a rainbow from an airplane, you might see the full circle.
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those who built it
The people who built it.
The Doolittle Raid. It was led by Col.Jimmy Doolittle.see related link below
The running lights are more for other pilots to see you than for you to see anything. They do not help the airplane fly any better.
The first clock ever made was a sundial. See related link.
highways are built on high land and if you ever go on one you can see that it goes up
You can see them at many airports and in the sky.
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The First was 1995. See related link.
its the eagle heres how yau do it........ go on google and type ''what is the fastest paper airplane'' then click on the first thing you see and follow the steps and this is what you get image not found
No he did not. If you look at the page "Marco Polo" on Wikipedia.com you can see for yourself.