The science or art of ascending and sailing in the air, as by means of a balloon; aërial navigation; ballooning.
The term "aeronautics" originated in France, and was derived from the Greek words for "air" and "to sail." Astronaut A person trained to pilot, navigate, or otherwise participate as a crew member of a NASA spacecraft. Astronomy The scientific study of matter in outer space, especially the positions, dimensions, distribution, motion, composition, energy, and evolution of celestial bodies and phenomena.
The study of all branches and activities of flying.
The science and art of flight. Aeronautics includes designing, making, and flying aircraft.
() the science of flight
The study of flight and the science of designing, construction and operation of an aircraft.
n. the art or practice of flying aircraft
A science dealing with the operation of aircraft; the art of science of flight.
The study of flight and the science of building and operating an aircraft.
a word that came from the Greek word for "air" and "to sail;" the study of flight and the operation of aircraft
The study, or science, of Flight
The science of building and operating vehicles for flight.
Aeronautics is the science involved with the study, design, and manufacture of flight capable machines, or the techniques of operating aircraft. While the termâ€”literally meaning "sailing the air"â€”originally referred solely to the science of operating the aircraft, it has since been expanded to include the technology, business and other aspects related aircraft. One of the significant parts in aeronautics is a branch of physical science called aerodynamics, which deals with the motion of air and the way it interacts with objects in motion, such as an aircraft.
Aeronautics is an album by the German power metal band Masterplan.