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Flight. Gliders. Balloons. Famous People. Laws. 5 pt. 5 pt. 5 pt. 5 pt. 5 pt. 10 pt. 10 pt. 10 pt. 10 pt. 10 pt. 15 pt. 15 pt. 15 pt. 15 pt. 15 pt. 20 pt. 20 pt. 20 pt. 20 pt. 20 pt. 25 pt. 25 pt. 25 pt. 25 pt. 25 pt. Air in motion. Wind.

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Flight

Gliders

Balloons

FamousPeople

Laws

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Air in motion


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Wind


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Any machine that is capable of flying through the air.


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Aircraft


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The force which retards the forward movement of an aircraft in flight.


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Drag


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Point where three axes come together


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Center of gravity


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The flow of air which moves opposite the flight path of an airplane.


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Relative wind.


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Sailplane cadets use at Air Force Academy


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Schweizer TG-4


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Disrupts airflow over upper camber of the wing.


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Divebrakes or spoilers


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Average rate at which temperature decreases with an increase in altitude.


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Lapse rate


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The art of staying aloft by exploiting the energy of the atmosphere.


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Soaring


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A column of air that moves upward.


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Thermal


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A form of wooden construction used in the baskets.


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Wicker


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Another name for a basket.


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Gondola


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Container that holds the hot air.


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Envelope


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A measure of heat


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British Thermal Unit or BTU


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Material that covers the vent


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Parachute


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Father and son who flew towards the sun


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Daedulus and Icarus


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Discovered relationship between pressure and fluids in motion.


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Daniel Bernoulli


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Discovered gravity


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Sir Isaac Newton


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Two French brothers who created the first successful, manned hot air balloon


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Montgolfier Brothers


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Made a flight over Paris on November 21, 1783.


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Pilatre d’Rozier and Francois d’Arlandes


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The amount of heat required to raise the temperature of one kilogram of water, one degree celcius.


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Calorie


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An object at rest will remain at rest unless acted upon by some outside force.


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Newton’s First Law of Motion.


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CL X R X 1/2V2 X A


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Lift


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Also known as Bernoullian Lift


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Induced lift


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Dynamic lift is example of this Newton Law


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Third Law of Motion


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