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Aerospace Science JEOPARDY!!! Aerospace Science Jeopardy Rules Consecutively each element member will choose a question category and number Element members.

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2 Aerospace Science JEOPARDY!!!

3 Aerospace Science Jeopardy Rules Consecutively each element member will choose a question category and number Element members may work together to answer question Element leader must provide answer within 35 seconds If answer is not provided in 35 seconds, previous element may attempt to steal away Other elements being loud and disruptive will be penalized 5 points per event Final score is number of test bonus points for each element

4 WHO AM I ONE WHO AM I TWO WHO AM I THREE WHO AM I FIVE WHO AM I FOUR

5 Category 1 of 1 Question: first to fly from Albany, N.Y., to New York City won a $10,000 prize offered by the New York World. Check Your answer

6 Category 1 of 1 Answer: Glenn Curtiss “Fastest Man on Earth” (p. 45) Back to the game board

7 Category 2 of 1 Question: formed Aerial Experiment Association made some important aviation design breakthroughs built the first American plane equipped with ailerons Check Your answer

8 Category 2 of 1 Answer: Alexander Graham Bell (p. 46) Back to the game board

9 Category 3 of 1 Question: first man to cross the English Channel in a heavier-than-air craft Check Your answer

10 Category 3 of 1 Answer: Louis Blériot (p. 47) Back to the game board

11 Category 4 of 1 Question: Inventors of the Rotary Engine Check Your answer

12 Category 4 of 1 Answer: Laurent and Gustav Seguin (p. 49) Back to the game board

13 Category 5 of 1 Question: first to make a transcontinental flight.transcontinental flight Trying to win William Randolph Hearst $50,000 prize Check Your answer

14 Category 5 of 1 Answer: Calbraith Perry Rodgers (p. 51) Back to the game board

15 Category 1 of 2 Question: 1912 first enlisted pilot Check Your answer

16 Category 1 of 2 Answer: PFC Vernon Burge (p. 52) Back to the game board

17 Category 2 of 2 Question: first American woman aviator to solo in a fixed-wing airplaneAmericanaviator Check Your answer

18 Category 2 of 2 Answer: Blanche Stuart Scott (p. 55) Back to the game board

19 Category 3 of 2 Question: first African American (male or female) to become an airplane pilotAfrican Americanairplane Check Your answer

20 Category 3 of 2 Answer: Bessie Coleman (p. 54) Back to the game board

21 Category 4 of 2 Question: first female to gain a pilot license in the United States.United States Check Your answer

22 Category 4 of 2 Answer: Harriet Quimby (p. 56) Back to the game board

23 Category 5 of 2 Question: the second licensed woman pilot in the United States. Check Your answer

24 Category 5 of 2 Answer: Matilde Moisant (p. 58) Back to the game board

25 Category 1 of 3 Question: third woman to receive a pilot's license (on May 19, 1912) from the Aero Club of AmericaAero Club of America Check Your answer

26 Category 1 of 3 Answer: Julia Clark (p. 59) Back to the game board

27 Category 2 of 3 Question: fourth woman in the U S to earn a pilot's license Check Your answer

28 Category 2 of 3 Answer: Katherine Stinson (p ) Back to the game board

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30 Category 3 of 3 Question: first to fully enclose the fuselage and use ailerons Check Your answer

31 Category 3 of 3 Answer: Frenchman Robert Esnault-Pelterie Back to the game board

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33 Category 4 of 3 Question: built the Triple Twin, a two-engine, three-propeller aircraft, in 1911 Check Your answer

34 Category 4 of 3 Answer: Eustace, Howard, and Oswald Short Back to the game board

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36 Category 5 of 3 Question: designed a four-engine aircraft called Le Grand He flew it on 13 May 1913 Check Your answer

37 Category 5 of 3 Answer: Russian pilot Igor Sikorsky Back to the game board

38 Category 1 of 4 Question: Some aviation historians think this pilot was really the first woman to go solo She made that flight on 13 October 1910 She and her husband, François, formed a lightweight airplane company called the French- American Aeroplane Company Check Your answer

39 Category 1 of 4 Answer: Bessica Medlar Raiche Back to the game board

40 Category 2 of 4 Question: in 1909 he established the first flying school in the U.S. Check Your answer

41 Category 2 of 4 Answer: Glenn Curtiss (p. 45) Back to the game board

42 Category 3 of 4 Question: built and flew the first powered monoplane Check Your answer

43 Category 3 of 4 Answer: Louis Blériot (p. 47) Back to the game board

44 Category 4 of 4 Question: first civilian to purchase a Wright FlyerWright Flyer Check Your answer

45 Category 4 of 4 Answer: Calbraith Perry Rodgers (p. 51) Back to the game board

46 Category 5 of 4 Question: first American of any race or gender to hold an international pilot license.pilot license Check Your answer

47 Category 5 of 4 Answer: Bessie Coleman (p. 54) Back to the game board

48 Category 1 of 5 Question: first woman to fly across the English ChannelEnglish Channel Check Your answer

49 Category 1 of 5 Answer: Harriet Quimby (p. 56) Back to the game board

50 Category 2 of 5 Question: first woman pilot to die in an air crash Check Your answer

51 Category 2 of 5 Answer: Julia Clark (p. 59) Back to the game board

52 Category 3 of 5 Question: Glenn Curtiss’s only female student in 1910 Check Your answer

53 Category 3 of 5 Answer: Blanche Stuart Scott Back to the game board

54 Category 4 of 5 Question: She was also the first woman to fly at night (1911) Check Your answer

55 Category 4 of 5 Answer: Harriet Quimby Back to the game board

56 Category 5 of 5 Question: She won the Rodman Wanamaker Trophy for flying at an attitude of 2,500 feet Check Your answer

57 Category 5 of 5 Answer: Matilde Moisant Back to the game board

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