Glider Planes
00:00 - 05:32
5m 32s
Beakman explains how glider planes use gravity to fly by taking advantage of potential and kinetic energy. Using a swing, Beakman explains what potential and kinetic energy are. He also explains how the sun creates thermal heat which lifts the planes as well.


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