concept, known to schoolboy makers of paper darts from circa 1914, was adapted for manned flight by Alexander Lippisch in Germany in the 1930s, and the project that eventually became the Vulcan delta-wing
bomber was accepted by the Air Ministry in 1947.
Also known as an X-20 successor to the famous X-15 rocket planes, the Dyna-Soar was to be a small, delta-wing
glider that would carry a pilot and cargo into space.
Since the early 1990s, dozens of ornithology papers have therefore drawn on the mathematics of these delta-wing
1996, one of Vostell's last large-scale works, is a totem-pole crucifix made of a delta-wing
aircraft, ballistic missile, automobile, televisions, and pianos.
It is a Vulcan Delta-Wing
bomber, about 14cm across and in its box.
The deafening roar of the Mikoyan-Gurevich Mig-21 FL afterburner, an iconic delta-wing
fighter aircraft that heralded the `supersonic era` in Indian Air Force (IAF) will no longer be heard after December 11, 2013, the day it is set to fly into the annals of military aviation history.
Workers at Woodford built more than 4,000 Lancaster bombers during World War II, as well as the delta-wing
Vulcan bomber in the 1950s.
driver's pod integrates many useful functions into a lightweight structural unit.