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An [[Aircraft]] is a kind of flying [[vehicle]] or technological device, intended to convey [[sophont]]s from one location to another.
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An [[Aircraft]] is a kind of flying [[vehicle]] or technological [[device]], intended to convey [[sophont]]s from one location to another.
 
* It conveys its [[passenger]]s and [[cargo]] through the medium of a planetary [[atmosphere]].
 
* It conveys its [[passenger]]s and [[cargo]] through the medium of a planetary [[atmosphere]].
 
* [[NAFAL Spacecraft]] convey their [[passenger]]s and [[cargo]] through the medium of [[vacuum]].
 
* [[NAFAL Spacecraft]] convey their [[passenger]]s and [[cargo]] through the medium of [[vacuum]].
 
* [[FTL Starcraft]] convey their [[passenger]]s and [[cargo]] through the medium of [[jumpspace]].  
 
* [[FTL Starcraft]] convey their [[passenger]]s and [[cargo]] through the medium of [[jumpspace]].  
 
* It is a type of [[vehicle]].
 
* It is a type of [[vehicle]].
 
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== History & Background ([[Dossier]]) ==
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=== Basic Principles of Atmospheric Flight ===
 
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=== Flight vs. Spaceflight vs. Starflight ===
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== History & Background ([[Dossier]]) ==
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Flightless [[sophont]] species need technology to achieve flight. Whether it's creature or animal husbandry to domesticate flying [[riding beast]]s or to invent propulsive devices that allow flight through flying vehicles. With few exceptions, to reach the [[star]]s, a [[sophont]] must master the power of flight.
  
 
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* [[Glider]] → [[Balloon]] → [[Airship]] → [[Ornithopter]] → [[Rocketcraft]] → [[Fixed Wing Aircraft]] → [[Rotorcraft]] ([[Propellor Aircraft]]) → [[Jet Aircraft]] → [[Rocketcraft]] → [[Spaceplane]] → [[Spacecraft]] → [[Starcraft]]
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* [[Glider]] → [[Balloon]] → [[Airship]] → [[Ornithopter]] → [[Rocket]] → [[Fixed Wing Aircraft]] → [[Rotorcraft]] ([[Propellor Aircraft]]) → [[Jet Aircraft]] → [[Rocketcraft]] → [[Spaceplane]] → [[Spacecraft]] → [[Starcraft]]
  
 
== References & Contributors ([[Sources]]) ==
 
== References & Contributors ([[Sources]]) ==

Revision as of 05:16, 14 August 2019

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An Aircraft is a kind of flying vehicle or technological device, intended to convey sophonts from one location to another.

Description (Specifications)

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Basic Principles of Atmospheric Flight

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Flight vs. Spaceflight vs. Starflight

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Speed Regimes-Envelopes

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History & Background (Dossier)

Flightless sophont species need technology to achieve flight. Whether it's creature or animal husbandry to domesticate flying riding beasts or to invent propulsive devices that allow flight through flying vehicles. With few exceptions, to reach the stars, a sophont must master the power of flight.

Expected Technological Progression of Aircraft-Spacecraft-Starcraft Development

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References & Contributors (Sources)

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