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SG-38 glider at Ekeby, Eskilstuna, Sweden

Me enjoying my third high altitude flight with the vintage SG-38 glider at Eskilstuna soaring club during the youth-camp of 2009. A modified old car towed the plane with a 600 m long rope to an altitude of about 200 m. After that; pure flying, as real as it gets. My best flying experience by far!


 


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Schneider Schulgleiter SG 38 Glider
The Zögling was a simple lightweight glider for basic flight instruction. It was designed to start with rubber ropes, a common way to start a glider in the years shortly after WWI. It was designed by Alexander Lippisch who became famous for his design of the Messerschmitt Me 163 Komet, a rocket powered/gliding flying wing. Copyright © 2011 Malcolm Auld This video and audio material may not be reproduced in any form (except as an embedded video on any other website), without written permission.





M-02J Taxiing test in Fukusima sky park 2010 04 15
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Messerschmitt Bf109E White 4
Audio recording of Flight Lieutenant Richard Hillary recalling his first day in action as a Spitfire pilot August 1940. source http://www.bbc.co.uk/archive/battleofbritain/11427.shtml The E-3 (serial number 1190) was based at Marquise-Est and belonged to 4/JG 26 during September 1940. When it was shot down above Beachy Head, it was coded as "white 4". The pilot, Horst Perez, managed to belly-land his plane and survived. His plane first was transferred to Farnborough, later it was shown in Canada and the USA. In 1968, the plane - now quite dilapidated - returned to Britain and a private person started to restore the plane. Since the year 2000, the plane is displayed, laying on its belly in a belly-landing scene. For quite a time, the engine hood was missing. A new one was manufactured and the plane was completed. You may visit the plane at the Imperial War Museum at Duxford. Copyright © 2011 Malcolm Auld This video material may not be reproduced in any form (except as an embedded video on any other website), without written permission.





SD-1 Minisport homebuilt ultralight aircraft
The aircraft conforms to FAI UL and LSA definitions. MTOM is 240 kgs (533 lbs). Maximum payload is 130 kgs (289 lbs). More infos on www.sdplanes.com.





My Home Depot Project Airplane
Showing some of the Home Depot projects done around my home including the beginning of a more ambitious project a real airplane. When complete the wingspan will be approx. 18 ft. Fuselage 14 ft. Power-plant will be 20-25 HP Briggs & Stratton. I intend to build it so that it is cheap to operate or repair. So far all materials have come from Home Depot.





Flying Bicycle
Flying Bicycle (ET Style). This 1962 man-powered plane works using bicycle pedals and was built by Southampton University students for a competition. Watch the full-length version here: http://www.britishpathe.com/video/manpowered-plane Find other great videos on our YouTube channel here: http://www.youtube.com/britishpathe Here's a playlist of our best YouTube videos across four channels: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLF58DA24745914ADC Follow us on Twitter @britishpathe





Crash Glider
During "Grossseglertreffen" Interlaken Schweiz juli 2009 there was a air to air crash of two big scale models





Hot start on my half VW N3 Pup
Hot start on my half VW N3 Pup





Mountain GOAT
Floyd Fronius fly's his Red GOAT ultralight - designed by Mike Sandlin From Bear Valley's El Rancho newly constructed launch ramp to the Mountain Valley sailplane airport during the Sailplane Homebuilders annual Labor Day get together





Pipistrel Taurus Self Launch Glider, A closer look.
For more information on aircraft, click http://www.pipistrel.ca Technical specifications can be found here http://www.pipistrel.si/plane/taurus/technical-data Pipistrel Taurus Introduction video. (Baby brother to famous Taurus G4 NASA 1.35million dollar prize winner) (no electric Taurus were available at the factory at the time of filming, one had just been shipped, and the other was being assembled) Shows interior, engine retraction, ground manoeuvring, Takeoff/landing, gear retract, removable wing tips, removable wings, removable tail, trailer loading. Be in the sky soaring, before the tow plane is warmed up. No ground crew necessary. How High can the Taurus Electro Climb on a single Charge? The Climb capability of the Taurus Electro depends on the Battery capacity you order with the plane, and the temperature at the time of takeoff. With the highest capacity 40 Ah battery option, with outside temperatures (battery initial temperature) of 25 degC or less, we can go straight to 8500 ft above take off elevation. On a 40degC day with the canopy closed, you get a 4500 ft climb (above take-off elevation) before the battery is at it's maximum temperature. We are seeing an increase in battery temperature of 18 degC per 1000 m of climb at the nominal climb power setting of 28 kW (5.5 degC per 1000 ft). This is pretty consistent whether you start with a cold or warm battery. (You can do 40 kW of power for one minute only, during takeoff.) If you're good at gliding, you usually only need about 1000 ft of altitude to get flying for the entire day!





Ultralight sailplane
courtesy of Dieter Reich.





Messerschmitt Me 163 Komet - FLYING !!
The Messerschmitt Me 163 Komet, designed by Alexander Lippisch, was a German rocket-powered fighter aircraft. It is the only rocket-powered fighter aircraft ever to have been operational. Its design was revolutionary, and the Me 163 was capable of performance unrivaled at the time. German test pilot Heini Dittmar in early July 1944 reached 1,130 km/h (700 mph), not broken in terms of absolute speed until November 1947. Over 300 aircraft were built; however, the Komet proved ineffective as a fighter, having been responsible for the destruction of only about nine Allied aircraft (16 air victories for 10 losses, according to other sources). check update vid: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AK_t6b_2jwQ 'Messerschmitt Me-163 flying (Explanation) Me 163 fastest plane in ww2 pete ruppert photography division flyyy glory2theLORDjesus!





Krick SG-38 maiden flight
Just a short hop due to a problem with the towplane.





Schneider SG-38 "Daglin" Glider
Daglin glider display at Old Warden 20th June 2009





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