First hot air balloon

balloon First hot air

balloon First hot air

balloon First hot air

balloon First hot air

Ed Yost is credited with developing the modern, propane burning hot air balloon. Hydrogen gas was used in the very early stages of development but was quickly abandoned due to the obvious danger of introducing an First hot air balloon flame near the gas. Before subjecting humans to the unknown dangers of flight in a hot-air balloon, French inventors conducted a trial run, sending a sheep, a duck and a rooster up in the air over Versailles. Other means were considered, and less than two weeks after the first free flight, on Dec.

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