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The Science of Flying (Navigating By Joy)

“What makes aeroplanes fly?” asked C(10) a few weeks ago. We’ve had fun finding out. An aircraft flying in steady forward motion is subject to four forces: thrust, drag, lift and weight. Aviation f

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Cedar Point: Tops and Tips

Millennium Force - Cedar Point. One of the BEST!OMG- loved it!!Cannot wait to get back to Ohio!!!!! :)

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Simple Machines for Kids: LEGO Pulleys STEM Building Challenge

Simple Machines for Kids: LEGO Pulleys STEM Building Challenge. Learn about simple machines and mechanical advantage with this fun engineering lesson!

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See the Nighttime Acrobatics of Montana’s Flying Squirrels

Because they can generate such impressive lift forces, the squirrels are able to glide great distances even while hauling around hefty cargo—like this enormous pine cone.

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Keith / Lance

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