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Aeronautica (ex Graece ὰήρ aer, significans "aer", et ναυτική nautike significans "navigatio", i.e. "navigation in aer") est scientia vel ars attingente studiam, adumbrationem, et fabricari machinarum capacium volare in aere, et technicae gubernationis aeronavis et de operante vehiculum aërium et rochetas per atmospheram. Societas British Royal Aeronautical Society agnoscit aspectos "Aaeronautical Art, Science and Engineering"(Aaeronauticalis Ars, Scientia et Machinaria) et "The profession of Aeronautics (Ille Professio Aeronautica-dictum quod Astronauticam comprehendit)" [1].

Axes ut aeroplani applicationes gubernent.

Dum terminus—verbatim significans "artem nautarum aeriarum"— attigisset primum solum ad scientiam gubernationis aeronavis, adhunc extensus est ut comprehendit tecnicas rationes et aspectos aeronavigari. Verbum "aviatio"(navigatio aerea) adhibetur pro aeronautica sed aeronautica comprehendit vehiculum aerium leviore aere, sicut navis aeria sed aviatio non id comprehendit.[2] Aeronauticae potissima pars ad aerodynamicam dedicatur.

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NotaeRecensere

  1. A Learned and Professional Society (Retrieved 8 March 2014)
  2. Aeronautics. 1. Grolier. 1986. pp. 226 

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BibliographiaRecensere

  • Ege, L. (1973). Balloons and airships. Blandford 
  • Fairlie, Gerard; Cayley, Elizabeth (1965). The life of a genius. Hodder and Stoughton 
  • Wragg, D.W. (1974). Flight before flying. Osprey. ISBN 0850451655