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Aerodynamic trajectory

the path of an object, as a rocket, when the air is dense enough to modify the course of flight significantly.


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    any heavier-than-air aircraft deriving its lift mainly from aerodynamic forces. noun any heavier-than-air machine, such as an aircraft, that derives the greater part of its lift from aerodynamic forces

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    of, relating to, or resulting from aerodynamic forces: tests to determine the aeroelastic stress on a building. deformable by aerodynamic forces.

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    the study of phenomena.

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