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Vertifly  (D 27236)

Feb 24, 2008, 9:56 AM

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Re: [fedykin] Atmo questions??

Dude, atmonauti has a tendency to cause a few subjects of dispute. Some people think it is the same as tracking. "oh..we used to do that in the mid-90's man...it's called tracking".

Whether or not it is a discipline all its own, or lift is possible or not - in which both cases I happen to see it this way -

...either way...it's fun and challenging to maneuver in the angle. Relative work in atmonauti looks money. Transitioning takes A LOT of practice. Smooth docking has a price in jump numbers. Go fly, make it happen, try to create lift, and be creative with it.

In the mark of flying, 45-degree flight has only been experemented. The "tracing" going on at the Nordic Meet and the events that the Italians are putting on are invite-only. The reason for this is that people who practice it regularly are the one's who can do it.

It takes discipline to fly in formation. Get out of a plane and try getting good at it. I still am working on it. In America, it is less popular. Luckily, ZHills gets a lot of Europeans and they like flying the 45. Be safe...Peace....Blue Sky's. Smile



ps....obviously lift is possible however marginal. Sly


(This post was edited by Vertifly on Feb 24, 2008, 10:02 AM)


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