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  1. August 26th, 1740 In Annonay, France, Joseph-Michel Montgolfier, inventor, together with his brother Jacques-Étienne, of the hot-air balloon, was born. (280 years ago) https://hechoshistoricos.es
  2. Prueban el avión ruso МС-21 en una pista húmeda | Fotos, vídeo El avión comercial ruso MC-21 superó la prueba de maniobras con agua en la pista de aterrizaje, informó a Sputnik la corporación aeronáutica Irkut. Entre el 16 y el 22 de julio de 2020, la aeronave MC-21-300 realizó 29 recorridos y 3 maniobras en agua a velocidades de 10 a 150 nudos en diversas configuraciones y modos de funcionamiento, incluido el uso de la inversión del empuje de los motores, comunicó la corporación. Texto completo en: https://mundo.sputniknews.com/rusia/202008061092335828-prueban-el-avio
  3. Hello, the problem has been solved. The failure was not from PACX, but from the configuration of the audio output in my PC, because I had two active outputs. So, I went to Control Panel, then to sound and there I marked Boom 3D, as the only default audio output of the PC, and the problem was corrected immediately. PACX, it's working great ! Thank you very much for your response and support, and please accept my apologies for the inconvenience caused. Good day, good luck and good health Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)
  4. I clarify my query by adding the following information: Facts: When I start my P3Dv4.5 simulator, which is usually set to the speakers option (High definition audio device), the complement named PACX, works, but it has no sound. Now, if I change the sound configuration of the simulator and I set speakers (Blaster Acoustic Engine) the PACX complement, it recovers the sound. Questions: 1.- Why does it happen what is told in facts? 3.- Doesn't the simulator recognize Boom 3D? 3- What can I do so that my flight simulator and its add-ons always run under Boom 3D? Thank
  5. PACX , gives me an error message and it works, but without sound. I have tried to correct the problem following the known advice on the subject, in fact I had managed to make it work, but it has failed again. I have attached an image of the error message, and I thank you in advance for your help Thank you, good afternoon, good luck and good health.
  6. Indeed, from something, in appearance, so simple were born the large and complex planes that today fly the skies
  7. Ephemeris June 4. 1783.- In Annonay, France, the Montgolfier brothers, Jacques Étienne and Joseph-Michel, make their first public demonstration that hot air weighs less for the same volume of cold air, and bagging is capable of raising a spherical linen bag lined with paper, 11 meters in diameter with a capacity of 800 m3 and a weight of about 226 kilograms. The flight covers a distance of about 2 km, with a duration of 10 minutes and reaches an estimated altitude of about 1,600 to 2,000 meters. The future of aerostatic navigation has begun. (237 years ago) Joseph
  8. Igor Ivanovich Sikorsky or Sikorski: Kiev, 1889 - Eaton, 1972. American nationalized Russian aeronautical engineer who successfully developed the helicopter. Sikorsky was the first to introduce turbo engines in helicopters, amphibious helicopters with retractable trains and "flying cranes". In 1967, Sikorsky's S-61 flies over and crosses the Atlantic Ocean. Three years later 1970, the S-65 crosses the Pacific Ocean (both flights were carried out with air refuelling). Proud of his invention, which he claimed to have built as a powerful tool for industry and transport and, above a
  9. Ephemeris May 21. 1927.- Charles Lindbergh, North American pilot, lands in Paris and successfully completes the first non-stop transatlantic flight, taking the prize of $ 25,000. The airplane with which it achieves it has been designed by himself and baptized it with the name of "Spirit of St. Louis" ("The spirit of Saint Louis"). It took off from New York the day before. The flight lasted 33 and a half hours, covering 5,900 km. (93 years ago) https://www.hechoshistorico DOCUMENTARY CHANNEL 60.200 suscriptores
  10. Ephemeris May 21. 1932.- Five years after Charles Lindbergh succeeded, American aviator Amelia Earhart became the first woman to cross the Atlantic Ocean alone at the controls of an airplane. (88 years ago) https://www.hechoshistoricos.es/ Yarnhub 123.000 suscriptores Amelia Earhart's adventures from childhood to her attempt to circumnavigate the globe. A trail blazer, record breaker and an icon of her time that pushed the
  11. Events April 18, 1942 From the Pacific Ocean, at 8:00 a.m., B-25 bombers take off from U.S. aircraft carriers to carry out Doolittle's attack on Tokyo, in revenge for the surprise bombing of Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. The attack does not cause much damage to the Japanese and results in three dead crew members, eight captured (three will be shot and one will die in prison), plus 16 planes shot down. The main objective of the mission is fulfilled, which is none other than to cause psychological damage to the Japanese population and to raise the morale of the Americans and the Allies,
  12. Events April 16, 1867 In Millville, USA, Wilbur Wright is born. He and his brother Orville will become aviation pioneers. They will open a bicycle repair and exhibition shop that will end up being a bicycle factory with tools of their own invention. In September 1900, in Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, they will test a glider of their own manufacture. In 1903 they will design their first propeller. They will build a plane weighing 337 kg, which will have a 12 HP engine. Finally, on December 17, 1903, at Kitty Hawk, they will make the first powered flights in history. (153 years ago) http
  13. Cockpit view while landing St. Barth's airport(SBH) Jing Li 279 suscriptores
  14. WINDY! Approaches Into St Barts (dangerous landing!) 4K Sam Watt 4070 suscriptores
  15. Airbus a319 Cockpit thunderstorm landing at Brussels Airport 25R Pilot Anthony 273 suscriptores
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