As the overwhelming need to satisfy human desires grew, people developed better ways to travel, in particular flying. This on-line review will point you to specific sites where you can begin to explore the topic of flight in depth -- from discovering how things fly to visiting the future with NASA projects.
Aero Design Team
Meet Ken Schrock, join a collaborative project, or even win a poster contest as you learn from NASA who is designing the planes of the future, and learn all about how airplanes fly.How Things Fly
Learn what makes an aircraft fly, a spacecraft stay in orbit, or a balloon float in the air from the exhibition at the National Air and Space Museum.K-8 Aeronautics Internet Textbook
A great resource of principles of aeronautics, lesson plans, scientists' and engineers' guide, curriculum bridges, and activities to how things fly, myths about flying, and the history of flight.Ghosts Homepage
A slide show of World War II planes.