by j4p4n - uploaded on April 8, 2021, 6:36 am
Ever wondered how airships fly? This is an unlabeled cut away view of an airship to explain how it can fly. The blue on left and right are the regular air pockets used as ballast, that can be added to or reduced through the valves under them. The inside green pocket is the lighter than air gas that gives buoyancy. The propeller and fins give motion and directional movement.