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Balloon ascent from the Tuileries Gardens, Paris
Balloon ascent from the Tuileries Gardens, Paris
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Garnerins balloon and parachute
Garnerins balloon and parachute
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Jubilee in St Jamess Park, London
Jubilee in St Jamess Park, London
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Balloon descending into Bristol Channel
Balloon descending into Bristol Channel
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Cajun Pass Ascended
Cajun Pass Ascended
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Versailles Palace
Versailles Palace
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Grand Aerostatic Balloon - Blanchard
Grand Aerostatic Balloon - Blanchard
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Balloon designs by Charles & Robert and Montgolfier
Balloon designs by Charles & Robert and Montgolfier
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Balloon descent, Beuvri near Bethune, France
Balloon descent, Beuvri near Bethune, France
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Balloon descent, Chateau de Beuvri, France
Balloon descent, Chateau de Beuvri, France
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Air balloon of Charles and Robert, Paris
Air balloon of Charles and Robert, Paris
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Balloon descent, Prairie de Billancourt, France
Balloon descent, Prairie de Billancourt, France
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Balloon designs by Charles & Robert and Montgolfier Featured Image

Balloon designs by Charles & Robert and Montgolfier

Balloon designs by Charles and Robert (1, 5) and the Montgolfier Brothers (2, 3, 4). No. 3 ascended from Versailles. No. 4 ascended from the Chateau de la Muette. No. 5 ascended from the Tuileries Gardens. With a vignette of Jupiter giving the crown to the Montgolfiers. Mercury is shown distraught at the fear of losing his job (ie as a flying messenger of the gods). Below is an allegorical female figure representing the River Seine, from where the pioneers ascended. The Latin motto reads: Stat Sine Morte Decus -- their honour is immortal.
circa 1780s

© The Royal Aeronautical Society (National Aerospace Library)/Mary Evans

Montgolfier balloon, ascent over Lyons, France
Montgolfier balloon, ascent over Lyons, France
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Balloon descent at Gonesse, France
Balloon descent at Gonesse, France
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Charles Green in the Coronation Balloon
Charles Green in the Coronation Balloon
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Greens balloon ascent, Surrey Zoological Gardens
Greens balloon ascent, Surrey Zoological Gardens
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Balloon with parachute, tragic accident of Mr Cocking
Balloon with parachute, tragic accident of Mr Cocking
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Tragic parachute accident of Mr Cocking
Tragic parachute accident of Mr Cocking
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Blanchard balloon ascent over Nuremberg, Germany
Blanchard balloon ascent over Nuremberg, Germany
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Lunardis Grand Air Balloon
Lunardis Grand Air Balloon
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Garnerins balloons
Garnerins balloons
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Ornate Montgolfier balloon
Ornate Montgolfier balloon
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Lunardis second Grand Air Balloon
Lunardis second Grand Air Balloon
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Blanchards balloon ascent, Chelsea, London
Blanchards balloon ascent, Chelsea, London
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Garnerins balloons Featured Image

Garnerins balloons

Five illustrations of An exact representation of M. Garnerin's Balloons with an accurate view of the ascent and descent of the parachute'. Top left: ascended from Ranelagh, 28 June 1802, passengers Garnerin and Snowden, landed 45 minutes later near Colchester, Essex. Bottom left: ascended from Lord's Cricket Ground, 5 July 1802, passengers Garnerin and Locker, landed 15 minutes later at Chingford Green, Essex. Centre: ascended from North Audley Street, 21 September 1802, passenger Garnerin, landed 10 minutes later in a parachute near St Pancras Church -- claimed to be the first parachute descent in England. Top right: ascended from Vauxhall Gardens, 3 August 1802, passengers Garnerin, Madame Garnerin and Glassford, a cat descended by parachute partway through the journey, and the balloon landed on Hampstead Hill 62 minutes after takeoff. Bottom right: ascended from Sydney Gardens, Bath, 7 September 1802, passengers Garnerin and Glassford, landed 110 minutes later near Mells Park, 16 miles from Bath. The maximum height reached was 10, 000 feet on 28 June.
1802

© The Royal Aeronautical Society (National Aerospace Library)/Mary Evans

Mrs. Sage, the first English female aerial traveller, who as
Mrs. Sage, the first English female aerial traveller, who as
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The English balloon and appendages in which Mr. Lunardi asce
The English balloon and appendages in which Mr. Lunardi asce
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The splendid model of the parachute or flying machine, with
The splendid model of the parachute or flying machine, with
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Emperor Charles of Austria, 1916
Emperor Charles of Austria, 1916
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The Kings sailor son
The Kings sailor son
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