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Background imageTake Off Collection: Balloon at Wanamakers, 1911. Creator: Bain News Service

Balloon at Wanamakers, 1911. Creator: Bain News Service
Balloon at Wanamakers, 1911. Shows the hydrogen balloon, "Wanamaker no. 1, " lifting off from the roof of the John Wanamaker store at Broadway and Tenth Ave. New York City

Background imageTake Off Collection: British kite balloon, 2 May 1918. Creator: Bain News Service

British kite balloon, 2 May 1918. Creator: Bain News Service
British kite balloon, 2 May 1918. A Royal Air Force Caquot kite balloon about to ascend with air mechanics holding the ropes, Gosnay, France, May 2, 1918, during World War I

Background imageTake Off Collection: German hydroaeroplane, between c1915 and 1918. Creator: Bain News Service

German hydroaeroplane, between c1915 and 1918. Creator: Bain News Service
German hydroaeroplane, between c1915 and 1918. Friedrichshafen seaplane being taken down the slipway at a North Sea air station

Background imageTake Off Collection: Envol de flamants roses, étang de Vaccarès, between 1890 and 1895

Envol de flamants roses, étang de Vaccarès, between 1890 and 1895. Creator: Felix Francois Georges Philibert Ziem
Envol de flamants roses, etang de Vaccares, between 1890 and 1895

Background imageTake Off Collection: Preparing for take-off at the glider pilot training program, Page Field, Parris Island, S. C. 1942

Preparing for take-off at the glider pilot training program, Page Field, Parris Island, S. C. 1942
Preparing for take-off at the glider pilot training program, Page Field, Parris Island, S.C

Background imageTake Off Collection: Marine glider pilot in training at Page Field, is watching take-offs, Parris Island, S. C. 1942

Marine glider pilot in training at Page Field, is watching take-offs, Parris Island, S. C. 1942
Marine glider pilot in training at Page Field, is watching take-offs, Parris Island, S.C

Background imageTake Off Collection: A giant of the skyways poises for flight, Langley Field, Va. 1942. Creator: Alfred T Palmer

A giant of the skyways poises for flight, Langley Field, Va. 1942. Creator: Alfred T Palmer
A giant of the skyways poises for flight, Langley Field, Va. The four powerful engines of a YB-17 bomber are warmed up before a takeoff

Background imageTake Off Collection: One of Americas new warships of the air, a mighty YB-17 bomber... Langley Field, Va. 1942

One of Americas new warships of the air, a mighty YB-17 bomber... Langley Field, Va. 1942. Creator: Alfred T Palmer
One of Americas new warships of the air, a mighty YB-17 bomber, is pulled up at a bombardment squadron hangar, Langley Field, Va. It is all set to taxi out to a runway and take off

Background imageTake Off Collection: Heres our mission... Langley Field, Va. 1942. Creator: Alfred T Palmer

Heres our mission... Langley Field, Va. 1942. Creator: Alfred T Palmer
Heres our mission. A combat crew receives final instructions just before taking off in a mighty YB-17 bomber from a bombardment squadron base at the field, Langley Field, Va

Background imageTake Off Collection: First manned ascent of a hydrogen balloon, Paris, France, 1 December 1783, (1932)

First manned ascent of a hydrogen balloon, Paris, France, 1 December 1783, (1932). Designed by Jacques Charles, a French professor of physics, and constructed by the brothers Jean and Noel Robert

Background imageTake Off Collection: Effect of twinjet exhausts in simulation take-off, USA, July 7, 1949. Creator: Unknown

Effect of twinjet exhausts in simulation take-off, USA, July 7, 1949. Creator: Unknown
Effect of twinjet exhausts in simulation take-off, USA, July 7, 1949. Study of effect of twin-jet exhausts inclined toward the ground in simulation of take-off conditions for certain engine

Background imageTake Off Collection: Zeppelin LZ 126 ascending in fog, c1924-1933 (1933)

Zeppelin LZ 126 ascending in fog, c1924-1933 (1933). LZ126 was built for the US military as part of the war reparations Germany was compelled to pay after World War I

Background imageTake Off Collection: Quite an early type of waterplane making a trial flight from Hampstead Ponds, c1918 (1919)

Quite an early type of waterplane making a trial flight from Hampstead Ponds, c1918 (1919). Artist: W Heath Robinson
Quite an early type of waterplane making a trial flight from Hampstead Ponds, c1918 (1919). From The Wonder Book of Aircraft for Boys and Girls, edited by Harry Golding. [Ward. Lock & Co

Background imageTake Off Collection: The lift off of Apollo 15, Kennedy Space Center, Florida, USA, 1971. Artist: NASA

The lift off of Apollo 15, Kennedy Space Center, Florida, USA, 1971. Artist: NASA
The lift off of Apollo 15, Kennedy Space Center, Florida, USA, 26th July 1971

Background imageTake Off Collection: Mr G Hemel with passenger, Hendon, London, c1910s

Mr G Hemel with passenger, Hendon, London, c1910s

Background imageTake Off Collection: Fairey III F reconnaissance plane taking of from the aircraft carrier HMS Courageous, 1937

Fairey III F reconnaissance plane taking of from the aircraft carrier HMS Courageous, 1937. The Fairey III F entered service in 1927 but was obsolete by the Second World War

Background imageTake Off Collection: First aerial voyage by Charles and Robert, Paris, France, 1783 (1890s)

First aerial voyage by Charles and Robert, Paris, France, 1783 (1890s). On 1 December 1783, French aeronauts Jacques Charles (1746-1823) and Noel Robert made the first manned (free flight)

Background imageTake Off Collection: Jacques Charles launches his first aerostat from the Champ de Mars, Paris, 1783 (1890s)

Jacques Charles launches his first aerostat from the Champ de Mars, Paris, 1783 (1890s). French aeronauts Jacques Charles (1746-1823)

Background imageTake Off Collection: First manned flight in a hydrogen balloon, France, 1 December 1783 (1887)

First manned flight in a hydrogen balloon, France, 1 December 1783 (1887). French aeronauts Jacques Charles (1746-1823) and Noel Robert made the first manned (free flight)

Background imageTake Off Collection: Departure of the Andree balloon expedition to the North Pole, Spitzbergen, 1897

Departure of the Andree balloon expedition to the North Pole, Spitzbergen, 1897
Departure of the Andree balloon expedition to the North Pole, Spitzbergen, 11 July 1897. In 1897 a Swedish explorer named Salomon Andree made an attempt to reach the North Pole by balloon


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