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Hawk stepped in, raised his axe, and struck down with all his strength. You might have let it last long enough for me to join in. Do either of you know who he was. Hawk looked back once, and then looked away. She hurt all over, and her mouth tasted foul.
A glider is a fixed-wing aircraft that is supported in flight by the dynamic reaction of the air against its lifting surfaces, and whose free flight does not depend on an engine. There is a wide variety of types differing in the construction of their wings, aerodynamic efficiency, location of the pilot, controls and intended purpose. Most exploit meteorological phenomena to maintain or gain height. Gliders are principally used for the air sports of gliding , hang gliding and paragliding. However some spacecraft have been designed to descend as gliders and in the past military gliders have been used in warfare.
What makes a paper airplane fly? Air — the stuff that's all around you. Hold your hand in front of your body with your palm facing sideways so that your thumb is on top and your pinkie is facing the floor. Swing your hand back and forth. Do you feel the air? Now turn your palm so it is parallel to the ground and swing it back and forth again, like you're slicing it through the air. You can still feel the air, but your hand is able to move through it more smoothly than when your hand was turned up at a right angle.
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My son brings home at least two paper airplanes from school every day that he has folded with his friends. Once they have the paper airplanes folded they let them fly. They fly the planes through the air testing whose plane can go the fastest, highest, furthest, or shortest distance. Sometimes they try to see if the plane can do tricks, like loops, and spins.
A glider is a special kind of aircraft that has no engine. In flight, a glider has three forces acting on it as compared to the four forces that act on a powered aircraft. Both types of aircraft are subjected to the forces of lift , drag , and weight. The powered aircraft has an engine that generates thrust , while the glider has no thrust. There are many different types of glider aircraft.