Flight

A DigitalNZ Story by National Library of New Zealand Topics

This topic covers the principles of flight, aeronautics, spaceflight, how birds and insects fly, kites, and the science behind feathers and wings. Also included is the history of aviation from the Wright brothers to today’s aircraft. SCIS no. 1816049

science, social_sciences, technology, history

Richard Pearse

Richard Pearse. 2 January 2009.

Alexander Turnbull Library

Flight and Flying

Flight and flying

DigitalNZ

Freedom flight

Freedom Flight

Radio New Zealand

Returning after a flight

RETUNING AFTER A FLIGHT

Auckland Libraries

Air & flight

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Birds and people

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Feather biology

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The Frigate bird

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Eastern bar-tailed godwits

Migration route, Eastern bar-tailed godwits

Manatū Taonga, the Ministry for Culture and Heritage

Aeronavics

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Māori kites

Manatū Taonga, the Ministry for Culture and Heritage

Birdman kite

Manatū Taonga, the Ministry for Culture and Heritage

Helicopters

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Aerial recreation

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The Museum of Flight

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Manu tukutuku

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The aerial machine

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Fun flight facts

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How things fly

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Airplane facts

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Richard Pearse

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Jean Batten

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Aviation photographs

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The first to fly

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Manu tukutuku

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Drone clips

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