Susan Markowitz Meredith's How Do Aircraft Fly? (Science in the Real World) PDF

By Susan Markowitz Meredith

ISBN-10: 160413464X

ISBN-13: 9781604134643

If you happen to pass open air on a windy day, you recognize simply how powerful air might be. it might probably raise a kite excessive within the sky and seize onto a balloon and hold it away. yet even if the air is calm, you could think its power and resistance if you happen to flow. "How Do airplane Fly?" unearths the technology at the back of air strain and flying every thing from hot-air balloons to helicopters to jet plane via crowd pleasing full-color picture and illustrations, in addition to via textual factors of real-world examples.

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Flying for Fun. New York: Crabtree Publishing, 2003. Jenkins, Steve, and Robin Page. Animals in Flight. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 2001. LaFosse, Michael G. Making Origami Paper Airplanes Step by Step. New York: Rosen Publishing, 2004. Majoor, Mireille. Inside the Hindenburg. Boston: Little, Brown, 2000. O’Brien, Patrick. Fantastic Flights: One Hundred Years of Flying on the Edge. New York: Walker & Company, 2003. Thomson, Sarah L. Extreme Aircraft! Q&A. New York: HarperCollins, 2007. indd 32 Susan Markowitz Meredith likes to find out the how and why of things.

Making Origami Paper Airplanes Step by Step. New York: Rosen Publishing, 2004. Majoor, Mireille. Inside the Hindenburg. Boston: Little, Brown, 2000. O’Brien, Patrick. Fantastic Flights: One Hundred Years of Flying on the Edge. New York: Walker & Company, 2003. Thomson, Sarah L. Extreme Aircraft! Q&A. New York: HarperCollins, 2007. indd 32 Susan Markowitz Meredith likes to find out the how and why of things. She especially enjoys sharing what she discovers with young readers. So far, she has written more than 35 books on some very interesting topics.

But their final stop was not planned. It was over the Pacific Ocean. Earhart’s plane had run out of fuel. Rescuers searched the area for a long time. But no one found the plane—or its passengers. Amelia Earhart stands in front of her plane before a 1937 flight. DID YOU KNOW ? indd 29 8/10/09 1:05:07 PM Glossary aileron—Movable flap on a plane’s wing. When one wing’s aileron is raised, the other one is lowered. This motion tilts, or rolls, the plane to one side or the other. airborne—Flying through the air.

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