This film examines the remarkable inventions of Orville and Wilbur Wright, focusing on their flying machine, its wings, steering devices, and engine. A modern team of pilots, builders, aviation experts, and historians works to retrace, rebuild, and re-fly planes that were designed and built by the Wright Brothers, who changed the world that December day in Kitty Hawk on the Outer Banks. The 45-minute film will be screened in the North Carolina Maritime Museum auditorium.
Free admission. No advance registration required.
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