Path Taken by a Flying Object?


A path taken by a flying object is called its flight track or flight route. The path can be linear or straight. The path can be circular. If the object encounters resistance or friction along its path, it may turn away from the original track and take another track with less resistance. The path may be predetermined or unplanned. It may require that the object travel for long periods of time or for short amounts of time, depending on the particular route.
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