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Why do planes fly? [Education]
posted November 26 2013 14:13.18 by spic0m

Another "oldie but goldie" video from the Department of Transportation & Federal Aviation Administration.

What makes an airplane get off the ground and stay in the air? Easy to understand film combines animation and live sequences to explain. Forces of lift, weight, thrust and drag are shown in relation to flight.


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