Tuesday, 17 December 2013

Did you know Google Doodle Parachute Display of First Story.

Did you know Google Doodle Parachute Display of First Story.

If you open the Google home page today will see an interesting animation about a parachute . This is the first time the date of André - Jacques Garnerin skydiving first time 216 years ago .

André - Jacques Garnerin , born January 31, 1769 recorded history as an inventor and a pioneer of modern parachute technology . Dated October 22, 1797 Garnerin flew up with a hot air balloon , then jump from a height of 900 meters . He successfully operate a homemade parachute results to land safely .
Surely he was not the first to make a parachute come true . Louis- Sébastien Lenormand parachute did an experiment in 1783 . He made ​​a parachute out of wood . While Garnerin wear linen . And this is what remains of linen used until now . That is why the man from Paris is crowned the ' Father ' of modern parachute .


Garnerin flew up with a hot air balloon , then jump from a height of 900 meters .


Da Vinci's parachute sketch

Looking further back , the idea of man falls from the air ever made ​​by Leonardo Da Vinci . Similarly, the Italian scientist , Fausto Veranzio , which in the 16th century was also trying to think the same concept about the parachute . However , da Vinci and Fauzto Veranzio never been able to realize a real parachute invention .
André - Jacques Garnerin is that it manages to make a parachute once practiced usefulness . After conducting various experiments into captivity during the outbreak of the first period of the Napoleonic Wars (1792-1797) , André - Jacques Garnerin finally had the opportunity to do his first jump .
André - Jacques Garnerin died in Paris on August 18, 1823 at the age of 54 years . Tragically , the inventor of the parachute final exhale after an accident falling beam when André - Jacques Garnerin are working to make a hot air balloon in his office .

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