History of the glider flights.
The Wright Brothers
A brief history of the Wright brothers.
U.S. Centennial of Flight
Examine how our world has changed as a result of the Wright Brothers´ first powered flight on December 17, 1903.
Wright Brothers Aeroplane Company and Museum of Pioneer Aviation
An online museum of the Wright brothers, including a biography of Wilbur and Orville Wright, the history of the invention of the airplane and early aviation.
Wilbur and Orville Wright, by Gary Bradshaw
A brief biography of the Wright brothers: Wilbur and Orville Wright, inventors of the airplane and photographs.
Try a flight-sim of the 1903 Flyer, and carry out the experiments that put the Wright Brothers ahead.
TIME 100: Scientists & Thinkers - Wilbur & Orville Wright
Site tells about the brothers and self-taught engineers who invented the first working airplane and has a quiz and slide show.
Kitty Hawk - Kill Devil Hills
Wright Brothers Photographs 1900-1911.
The American Experience: The Wright Stuff
Has a QuickTime movie, Realaudio interviews and bio on the brothers.
The Wright Brothers in Photographs
A collection of digital images from Wright State University Libraries´ Wright Brothers Collection.
Information about the author of this series.
Wright Brothers National Memorial
Information on the memorial park.
Wright Experience: Reconstructing the Wright Brothers´ Legacy
Recreating the Wright brothers´ experience.
EAA´s Countdown to Kitty Hawk
Countdown to Kitty Hawk features an interactive touring pavilion and the world´s most-accurate 1903 Wright brother´s first flight at Kitty Hawk, N.C., on December 17, 2003.
Wild Blue Wonders
The experience of flight.
EAA Young Eagles Aviation Website
Official site of the Young Eagles.
Chip Tracer on Assignment: Episode 1 - Wright or Wrong
Chip must uncover the real truth behind the very first flight, battling her nemesis Vyrus every step of the way.
Ken Blackburn held the Guinness record for time aloft for paper airplanes from 1983 to 1996 and have just regained the Guinness record with a flight of 27.6 seconds during an attempt on 10/8/98 in the Georgia Dome.
Invention at Play
Examines how play connects with the creative impulse.
Serial Story: UP IN THE AIR -- The 18-part serial story ran in the Daytona Beach News-Journal each Monday from January 13 through May 19 (except for April 14). Text and illustrations for the serial copyright © 2003 by Brian Floca. Sponsored in part by Inventing Flight, Dayton, Ohio. Reprinted by permission of Breakfast Serials, Inc. www.breakfastserials.com.