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A Flying Telescope in a 747?!
Aeronautics: 21st Century Flight
All About the Holidays: National Aviation Day
Career Connections: Aerospace Engineer
Career Connections: Mechanical Engineer
Career Q&A: Professional Advice and Insight--Aerospace Engineer
Charles Lindbergh and the New York to Paris Flight
Crazy Engineering: Mars Helicopter
Crittercam: Blue Whales
Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing STEM Professionals: Will Roach, 777 Build Engineer at Boeing
DIY Space: Build and Launch a Foam Rocket
Drones on the USS Midway: STEAM Leadership Series
Engineering Your Future: Electrical and Process Engineer--Kasandra (Middle School Edition)
First Female Air Traffic Controller
Greatest Human Achievements: Air Travel
Hidden Figures: Timeline
How a Plane Flies
How to Draw a F-18 Fighter Plane
How to Draw a Helicopter
How to Draw a Plane Real Easy
I Can Be Anything I Want to Be A to Z: Aerospace Engineer
I Can Be Anything I Want to Be A to Z: Jet Engine Mechanic
Inventing Flight For Schools: History Of Flight Videos
Lab Six: Flying With Science (Spanish)
Lindbergh's Great Race
Marvie Makes a Diorama
Museum Access: The Best of America
Nature Knows Best: Designing Drones
Nature Knows Best: Planes Inspired by Nature
Nature Knows Best: Whirlybird
Nick News: Civil Air Patrol, Ariel Academy, and Chess Wizard
On Great White Wings
Overview: Flight Lessons From a World Champion Drone Racer
Raptors: Adaptations For Predation
Science Nation: Autonomous Helicopters
Science Nation: Batty For Bat
Science Nation: Fascinating Flight
SciShow Kids: How to Make a Paper Airplane
SciShow Kids: Parachute Adventure
Space Science: Everyday Astronauts
Teen Kids News (Episode 1924)
The Balgonie Birdman
The Magic School Bus Taking Flight
The Physics of Sailing
Tom Scott Plus Lucy Edwards: Flying Blind
Why Were These 2 Planes Stuck Together? (World War II)
Wild Chronicles: Flight of the Falcon
Wild Chronicles: Flight to the North Pole
Xploration DIY Sci: Flying Things!
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