What is Jean Pierre Blanchard most known for in history?

1) *invented the steam engine

2) *first man to swim the English channel

3) *first successful hot air balloon flight

4) *discovered bacteria

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  1. I believe that is 3 but you might want to look it up to make sure.

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  3. It is 3)*first successful hot air balloon flight

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    posted by Rachel
  4. I think its first successful hot air balloon flight

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