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Bowlus BS-100 Super Albatross

The Super Albatross was created from a Baby Albatross fuselage pod and tail boom. The wings used the outer panels of the Senior Albatross. The resulting aircraft was of wooden construction, with the wings and tail surfaces covered in aircraft fab ...

                                               

Nelson Dragonfly

The Bowlus/Nelson BB-1 Dragonfly is an American, two seat, strut-braced, high-wing motor glider that was developed from the Bowlus BA-100 Baby Albatross glider by Hawley Bowlus.

                                               

AmeriPlanes Mitchell Wing A-10

The Mitchell Wing A-10 and T-10 are a family of American cantilever, tricycle landing gear, high-wing, pusher configuration, one and two seat ultralight aircraft designed for amateur construction or supplied as completed aircraft. The aircraft we ...

                                               

Mitchell Nimbus

The Mitchell Nimbus is a series of American, single-seat, high-wing gliders that was designed by Don Mitchell in the 1950s. Mitchell is also well known for his ultralight Mitchell Wing A-10 and U-2 designs.

                                               

Mitchell U-2 Superwing

Although the aircraft was designed before the US FAR 103 Ultralight Vehicles rules came into force, the U-2 Superwing complies with them anyway including the categorys maximum empty weight of 254 lb 115 kg). The aircraft has a standard empty weig ...

                                               

Ross R-2 Ibis

The Ross R-2 Ibis was a single seat, mid-wing, gull winged glider that was designed by Harland Ross in about 1938, under a commission from the Soaring Society of America. The sole example was destroyed in 1940.

                                               

Ross R-6

Ross designed the R-6 as a two-seat sailplane with the intention of setting new multi-place records with it. The aircraft was initially designed to use the same 55 ft 16.8 m span wing as the highly successful Ross-Johnson RJ-5, but with a gross w ...

                                               

Ross RH-3

Ross designed the R-3 as simplified version of the Ross R-2 Ibis with the intention of making the aircraft type easier to construct for amateur builders. The fuselage remained similar to the R-2, but the wing was redesigned as a straight wing, in ...

                                               

Ross-Johnson RJ-5

The Ross-Johnson RJ-5 is a single seat competition glider that was designed by Harland Ross and constructed partially by Ross and finished by Dick Johnson. The RJ-5 became one of the most famous gliders ever built when Johnson flew it 535 mi in 1 ...

                                               

Vega Aircraft Corporation

The Vega Aircraft Corporation was a subsidiary of the Lockheed Aircraft Company in Burbank, California responsible for much of its parent companys production in World War II.

                                               

Nelson Hummingbird PG-185B

The Nelson Hummingbird PG-185B is an American, tandem two seat, mid-wing motor glider that was developed by Nelson Aircraft after discontinuing the Nelson Dragonfly.

                                               

Schreder Airmate HP-8

The Schreder Airmate HP-8 is an American, high-wing single seat glider that was designed by Richard Schreder after the loss of the HP-7 in 1957. Airmate was the name of Schreders design company.

                                               

Schreder Airmate HP-9

The Schreder Airmate HP-9 is an American high wing, single seat glider that was designed by Richard Schreder and intended to be flown by the designer in the 1960 World Gliding Championships. Airmate was the name of Schreders design company.

                                               

Schreder Airmate HP-10

The Schreder Airmate HP-10 is an American, high wing, single seat, FAI Standard Class glider that was designed by Richard Schreder. Airmate was the name of Schreders design company.

                                               

Schreder Airmate HP-11

The Schreder Airmate HP-11 is an American mid-wing, V-tailed, single seat glider designed by Richard Schreder. Airmate was the name of Schreders design company.

                                               

Schreder HP-12

The Schreder HP-12 was an American FAI Standard Class glider designed by Richard Schreder for the 1965 World Gliding Championships. The HP-12 is often confused with a completely different aircraft, the Schreder HP-12A.

                                               

Schreder HP-12A

The Schreder HP-12A is an American homebuilt, mid-wing, V tailed, single-seat glider that was assembled out of various components all designed by Richard Schreder. The aircraft is often confused with a completely different aircraft, the Schreder ...

                                               

Schreder HP-13

The HP-13 HP stands for high performance was a developmental milestone aircraft between the HP-11 and the later HP-14. The HP-13 was designed by taking the fuselage of the HP-11 and wings similar to the HP-12, featuring the same Wortmann FX 61-16 ...

                                               

Schreder HP-16

After the failure of the HP-15 to perform well in the 1969 US Nationals Schreder started the HP-16 with a new design philosophy. Avoiding the extremely high aspect ratio that the 15 had, he opted for a more modest 21.5:1 aspect ratio and larger w ...

                                               

Schreder HP-17

The HP-17 was designed to test a new airfoil section, the Wortmann FX 72 MS-150A. This airfoil is a high-lift, low drag section that Scheder thought would be a good sailplane design. The HP-17 is all-metal in construction, except for its foam win ...

                                               

Schreder HP-19

The HP-19 was another Schreder design for the FAI 15 Metre Class. The HP-19 drawings were just complete when the designer lost interest in development and turned his attention to the HP-21 instead. The sole example of the HP-19 was built by Henry ...

                                               

Schreder HP-20

The HP-20 was designed by Schreder for the FAI 15 Metre Class. The HP-20 prototype was just complete when Schreder lost interest in the project and moved on to work on the HP-21 instead. The sole example of the HP-20 was built by Schreder in his ...

                                               

Schreder HP-21

The Schreder HP-21 was an American high-wing, variable geometry, V tailed, single seat motor glider project that was designed by Richard Schreder. None was ever completed or flown.

                                               

Schreder HP-22

The Schreder HP-22 was an American mid-wing, amphibious flying boat, cruciform tailed, two seat motor glider project that was designed by Richard Schreder. None were ever completed or flown.

                                               

Hall Cherokee II

The Hall Cherokee II is an American high-wing, single seat glider that was designed by Stan Hall and introduced in 1956 as plans for amateur construction. Due to its low cost and ease of construction, the Cherokee II is one of the most produced h ...

                                               

Hall Ibex

The Ibex was designed by Hall to investigate the reduced wetted area of the pod and boom configuration, hands off spiral stability of a gull wing, and the low speed performance of wide NACA slotted flaps. It also features a V tail, 135 lb 61 kg o ...

                                               

Hall Vector 1

The Vector 1 was intended to take advantage of the US informal rules for hang gliders at the time of its development that in 1982 became the FAR 103 Ultralight Vehicles regulations. These define a hang glider as any unpowered glider with an empty ...

                                               

Casio FX-501P

                                               

Casio FX-502P

                                               

Elektronika B3-21

Elektronika B3-21 was the first Soviet programmable calculator. It was released in 1977 and was sold initially for 350 rubles. For comparison, 120 rubles was a monthly engineers salary. Production was stopped in 1982 because of introduction of mo ...

                                               

Elektronika B3-34

Elektronika B3-34 was a Soviet programmable calculator. It was released in 1980 and was sold for 85 rubles. B3-34 used reverse Polish notation and had 98 bytes of instruction memory, four stack user registers and 14 addressable registers. Each re ...

                                               

Elektronika MK-52

The Elektronika MK-52 is an RPN-programmable calculator manufactured in the Soviet Union during the years 1983 to 1992. It belongs to the third generation of Soviet programmable calculators. Its original selling price was 115 rubles. The function ...

                                               

Elektronika MK-61

The Elektronika MK-61 is a third-generation non-BASIC, RPN programmable calculator which was manufactured in the Soviet Union during the years 1983 to 1994. Its original selling price was 85 rubles. The MK-61 has 105 steps of volatile program mem ...

                                               

HP 30b

The HP 30b is a programmable financial calculator from HP which was released on 7 January 2010. The HP 30b is an advanced version of the HPs prior model HP 20b. Featuring a two line alpha numeric display, ability to input data via Reverse Polish ...

                                               

HP-34C

The HP-34C continuous memory calculator was an advanced scientific programmable calculator, produced between 1979 and 1983

                                               

Sharp EL-5120

The Sharp EL-5120 is a scientific programmable calculator. It has about 1 KB of total RAM available to the user, and has 4 basic operational modes: Solver: an interactive expression solver which can, in theory, numerically solve any equation vers ...

                                               

Sharp EL-5400

                                               

Sharp EL-5500

                                               

Sharp EL-5500II

                                               

Sharp EL-5500III

                                               

Sharp EL-5510

                                               

Sharp EL-5520

                                               

Sharp PC-1210

                                               

Sharp PC-1251H

                                               

Sharp PC-1365K

The Sharp PC-1350 is a small pocket computer manufactured by Sharp. The PC-1350 was introduced in 1984 and was used by engineers, and favored by programmers for its programming and graphical capabilities. It was superseded in 1987 by the PC-1360, ...

                                               

Sharp PC-1360

                                               

Sharp PC-1360K

                                               

Sharp PC-1365

                                               

Sharp PC-1365K

                                               

Sharp PC-1402

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