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The aircraft speed divided by the speed of sound.
See also: International Aircraft Markings.
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Perhaps most famous for the bf109. Although a very difficult plane to land due to the very narrow undercarriage and poor forward visibility.
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A cellulose lacquer solution poured onto the surface of a tank of water to form an extremely thin film used for the covering of F1D and other types of free-flight indoor aircraft.
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The condition of near weightlessness induced by free-fall or unpowered space flight. It also refers to the scientific discipline concerned with the evaluation of the processes in a near-zero gravity environment, particularly those of fluid physics, life, and material sciences.
Collision of 2 models in flight.
A mechanical or electronic device which allows two different inputs to operate a control surface; flaperons for example.
The distance between the point at which a force is applied and the point of action of the force. For example, the distance between the Centre of Gravity and nose, or Centre of Gravity and tail.
A form of fuselage construction with rounded exterior and very little internal structure in which the skin carries virtually all stresses.
Only one set of wings.
In 1783 the Montgolfier brothers made the first flight in a hot air balloon..
See Also: Chronology of Flight.
Hardwood strip mount for model aeroplane engines.
A strong strip used to support the rubber motor; the body of stick-type models.
An alternative name for an exhaust silencer.
A nose-high, slow-speed flight attitude resulting from a slightly tail-heavy trim.