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airandspace.si.edu/stories/editorial/how-kites-fly

Apr 26, 2012 ... To understand how a kites flies, you need to define what a kite is. A kite .... and spinning to make the indoor kite flying experience like a dance.

www.batchelors.net/kites-in-the-classroom/9-kites-a-guide-for-students.html

Without wind moving over the kite it won't fly. Some kites need lots of wind. Others need very little wind for them to fly. What makes a kite fly? Just like a normal ...

www.my-best-kite.com/how-does-a-kite-fly.html

2 days ago ... Here is a simple summary of all the reasons your kite flies at the height it ... The only way to make the kite fly higher, all other things being equal, ...

www.scientificamerican.com/article/bring-science-home-kite-tails

Aug 23, 2012 ... How does a kite fly? As someone runs with a kite, the wind going head-on into the kite causes a lift force on it. This force is perpendicular to the ...

www.my-best-kite.com/simple-explanation-for-how-kites-fly.html

Q: How do kites fly? ... This causes the upward push on the kite to get smaller too. ... to my 7 yrs old daughter - for her science project - how air makes kites fly.

www.kites.co.nz/pdffiles/What%20makes%20a%20kite%20fly.pdf

A kite lifts when wind pressure being deflected along the face of the kite pushes the kite up into the sky. If the wind is removed, the kite will fall. At the same time, ...

www.gombergkites.com/nkm/why.html

Sponsored by the American Kitefliers Association and the Kite Trade Association International. ... A kite is tethered in place and needs moving air (wind) to fly.

www.skratch-pad.com/kites/fly.html

Have you ever wondered how a kite flies? Well, let me tell you! The lifting force of all kites is produced by deflecting the air downward, the resulting change in ...

www.grc.nasa.gov/www/k-12/airplane/kitefor.html

Kites can fly because of the forces acting on the parts of the kite. ... of the kite geometry and the materials used to make the kite we can determine the weight.