When did it start? It all started in 1903 December 17 when 2 men named Orville and Wilbur wright decided to make the first successful plane.
What do they know? They discovered aerodynamics and made a glider in 1902 but now they want to put their brains to the test and make someone fly what I mean is there going to make an airplane. They gained the mechanical skills essential for their success by working for years in their shop with printing presses, bicycles, motors, and other machinery. Their work with bicycles in particular influenced their belief that an unstable vehicle like a flying machine could be controlled and balanced with practice. From the year 1900 until their first powered flights in late 1903, they conducted extensive glider tests that also developed their skills as pilots.
Their bicycle shop employee Charlie Taylor became an important part of the team, building their first airplane engine in close collaboration with the brothers. Who flew it? The pilot who flew the plane was Orville because Wilbur crashed it while testing it on the runway. Where did they do it? They flew at Kitty Hawk North Carolina where they took four attempts to fly it.
How much distance did it fly? However, on the forth attempted they actually flew it lasting 59 seconds and a distance of 852 feet. How did they get the extra speed? They did it on the last attempted because they attached the plane to a rope connected to a block of concrete giving it extra speed as it got pulled by the rope and then unhooks itself as it took off into the sky. How fast can it go? The one thing I have not said yet is the speed well this vehicle went 37 meters our 120 feet in just 12 seconds. Are they the creators of the first propeller? well Yes, they are because in the making of the plane they designed a propeller and made it the right size and speed for their vehicle, also they are the creators of the first sustained controlled flights in a powered aircraft and used it on the airplane.
What are they going to do with the aircraft? Aircraft are now used for all kinds of travel and shipping The Wright brother’s success, along with around the world travel that once took weeks or months now takes less than a day. The Wrights’ innovation also allowed engineers to set their sights even higher than the sky. To recognize this, astronauts took a small piece of the Wright Flyer to the moon on the first lunar landing in 1969. The brothers found they had much to do to perfect their invention. While the 1903 Wright Flyer did indeed fly, it was underpowered and very difficult to control.
Public reactions. the lawsuits damaged the public image of the Wright brothers, who were generally regarded before this as heroes. Critics said the brothers were greedy and unfair and compared their actions unfavourably to European inventors, who worked more openly. Supporters said the brothers were protecting their interests and were justified in expecting fair compensation for the years of work leading to their successful invention.