Rev. David Keck
Have you ever wondered why your airplane's windows are rounded? It is not for aesthetic appeal.
The first commercial jetliner windows' sole purpose was appearance; a squared window afforded an impressive view of the earth, but the view was not without consequence.
Scholarly Commons Citation
Lopez, M. (2017). The Shaping of Things That Are: How Airplane Windows Took Their Shape. Contrails, 3(4). Retrieved from https://commons.erau.edu/student-works/10
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