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Engineering tons of metal to fly straight up is no easy feat. Here’s how helicopter blades make vertical flight a reality.

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What Is a Helicopter?
https://www.nasa.gov/audience/forstudents/5-8/features/nasa-knows/what-is-a-helicopter-58.html
“A helicopter's rotors allow it to do things an airplane cannot. Unlike an airplane, a helicopter does not have to move quickly through the air to have lift. That fact means it can move straight up or down. Most airplanes cannot do this.”

How a Helicopter Drone Could Fly on Mars
https://www.seeker.com/space/exploration/how-a-helicopter-drone-could-fly-on-mars
“A new European concept called the Small Mars System (SMS), described in a paper in the journal Ars Astronautica, would use a helicopter drone, among other items, to explore the surface. The European Space Agency funded a feasibility study of the project that concluded in May 2016.”

How Planes Are Engineered to Fly Upside-Down
https://www.seeker.com/videos/how-planes-are-engineered-to-fly-upside-down
“Some planes can do crazy things, but one of the most extreme is the ability to fly at high-speeds upside-down. And not all planes can do this. Planes fly when air moving around the wing lifts the plane into the sky. With upside-down-flying, it get's a little more complicated.”

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