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E. Sharpe, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Using the Ailerons lift (the aerodynamic force that pulls it upward), and the wing tips down. In the other wing, the aileron that is tilted down creates more lift, and so the wing rises. The aircraft banks (rolls over to one side) like a bicycle leaning into a turn. When an airplane flies straight and level, the lift produced by its wings acts straight upward. When an aircraft banks, the lift’s direction tilts with the plane. It acts upward and also to one side.

45 kilometers). Space scientists and engineers defined the beginning of space at a different altitude in the thermosphere. They chose an altitude of 400,000 feet (121,920 meters), or about 76 miles (122 kilometers), and they call it the entry interface. This is the altitude where the air is thick enough to begin heating up a spacecraft as it returns from space. The air doesn’t stop suddenly at this altitude. There is still some air higher up, where spacecraft orbit Earth. In fact, there is enough air at those levels to slow down a spacecraft.

Sharpe, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Using the Ailerons lift (the aerodynamic force that pulls it upward), and the wing tips down. In the other wing, the aileron that is tilted down creates more lift, and so the wing rises. The aircraft banks (rolls over to one side) like a bicycle leaning into a turn. When an airplane flies straight and level, the lift produced by its wings acts straight upward. When an aircraft banks, the lift’s direction tilts with the plane. It acts upward and also to one side.

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