Tuesday, August 21, 2007

What is this Lighter-than-air vehicle, part 2



Couldn't find a shot of it in the air I liked, but here's the ship from Stardust (which I haven't seen yet but probably will soon). But since we've just had a decision tree on this, I thought I'd invite you to tell me what terms you think are OK to use on the vessel in question.

4 comments:

Lykaon said...

I referred to it as an Airship in my review of Stardust and I'm sticking to it.

Davey said...

OK, it is not tethered, is steerable, propelled and oblong, and seems to have a rigid, or at least semi rigid frame. Unfortunatly, I can not speak to it's molecular mass gas, so I'm going to say:

It's Jolly Good! Alsmost Smashing, with just a dash of Dreadful thrown in for sport.

Carol said...

I think it looks like a pirate ship with inflatable sails.

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