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  1. Dec 3, 2014 · Extrait de mon dessin animé sur Clément Ader, l'inventeur du mot "avion", qui serait le premier homme à avoir volé dans un plus lourd que l'air....

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  2. Clément Ader, (b. Feb. 4, 1841, Muret, France--d. March 5, 1926, Toulouse) was an early enthusiast of aviation who constructed a balloon at his own expense during the Franco-German War of 1870-71. In 1876 he quit his job in the Administration of Bridges and Highways to make more money to support his hobby.

  3. Clément Agnès Ader[ 2] ( Muret, 2 de abril de 1841 – Toulouse, 3 de maio de 1925 [ 3]) foi um engenheiro francês, precursor da aviação e inventor do termo avion (1890). Apesar de ser um assunto controverso, é atribuído a ele por alguns historiadores o voo da primeira máquina motorizada mais pesada que o ar em 1890.

  4. Feb 25, 2024 · Éole: el primer avión de la historia. Fotomontaje del prototipo del Éole III de Clément Ader expuesto en el Museo de Artes y Oficios de París. ( Clément Ader, CC BY-SA 2.0 BE, via Wikimedia Commons). Para algunos en el mundo de la aviación Clement Ader es uno de los padres de la aviación moderna, y su modelo Éole III el primer avión ...

  5. On Oct. 9, 1890, Ader became the first pilot to achieve a powered takeoff from level ground, though his flight lasted only a few seconds and barely cleared the ground. Ader Éole, monoplane designed, built, and first tested by the French aeronautical pioneer Clément Ader in 1890. For a table of pioneer aircraft, see history of flight.

  6. May 13, 2020 · The Avion III, built in 1897 by Clément Ader. Ader claimed the machine flew a distance of 100 m (328 ft), but these claims are unsubstantiated. The wings of the Avion III were based on a bat’s wings. This is Avion III, an 1897 aircraft designed by Clément Ader. Ader was a French inventor and engineer who became interested in flight after ...

  7. Portrait de Clément Ader Musée des arts et métiers. Clément Ader was born on April 2, 1841 in Muret, near Toulouse. His father, a carpenter, hoped that his only son would take over the family business. However, Ader was a gifted student, and he continued with his studies instead. He graduated from a Toulouse technical school in 1860/61, and ...

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