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The early aeronauts were exceptionally dependent on their compasses, like Earhart and the other heroes of the Oakland airfield.
When Lyra's best friend becomes the latest in a long line of children to go missing, she sets out to rescue him, embarking on a perilous journey that brings her into contact with armoured polar bears, cowboy aeronauts, witches - and a very disturbing experiment.
When her best friend becomes the latest in a long line of children to go missing, she sets out to rescue him, embarking on a perilous journey that brings her into contact with armoured polar bears, cowboy aeronauts, witches - and a very disturbing experiment.
Several cast members went on to star in similarly historically-themed kids' TV shows like Desert Crusader - about Palestine during the Third Crusade - and The Aeronauts - a drama set among continental fighter pilots.
Much was written about these aeronauts and their adventures and the text is replete with firsthand accounts.
Amidst a national media coverage that portrayed Israeli fire-spraying aeronauts "as if they were combat pilots on duty", he announced the formation of an IAF squadron of specialized aircraft to subdue any future fires, reaffirming faith in the ability of military hardware to solve complex crises.
Fair promoters touted the success and the aeronauts were paraded through main streets throughout the mid-West.
Should we set our words, like aeronauts, inside balloons, or does the lightness of their passage, in a world both violated and violating, betray an impossible position?
He said: "In Yr Ynys Ddu, Tintin and his dog Milyn discover two aeronauts in trouble.
2335 One-of-a-kind 'Dearborn Doll' Mustang helps young aeronauts earn wings
Flying "gets in your blood," said John Bowhan, who first joined the Aeronauts in 1978, at age 13.
37) As popularity increased, for the spectacle if not for the science, the aeronauts were often frowned upon by those who took the experiment rather more seriously than the incidental entertainment.
I particularly dreaded the periodic appearances of the Chums of Chance, daredevil aeronauts whose winsomeness made me wish that a few of the lads would be impaled by a speeding V-2.