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study of the stability of aircraft in flight
- ^ 1906 Frederick Lanchester, Flight - Volume 1 - Aerodynamics, page v: "the word aerodromics may be given a more comprehensive meaning than that originally proposed, perhaps even to include both the aerodynamics and aerodonetics of flight"
- ^ 1906 Frederick Lanchester, Flight - Volume 1 - Aerodynamics, page vi: "Derived from the Greek, άεροδὀνηγος (lit. "tossed in mid-air," "soaring")."
- ^ 1908 Frederick Lanchester, Flight - Volume 2 - Aerodonetics