Chaos in a Miniature by Edward Winter

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L IL I E N TH A L GLIDER This airplane is a scale model of the 1894–1895 Lilienthal Glider. Near the end of the 19th century, a German named Otto Lilienthal made the first controlled airplane flights. He flew his airplanes— a series of gliders—much like modern hang gliders. Lilienthal picked up the airplane, ran down a steep hill to gain speed, swung his legs up off the ground, and flew. By swinging his legs and body, Lilienthal found he could control pitch and roll. Otto Lilienthal died in a flying accident in 1896, before he could carry out plans to experiment with powered flight.

Be sure to protect your work surface with an old magazine or cardboard. 3 cut out slot with razor or utility knife 4 Unfold your paper. Draw the lines on the right wing, making it a mirror image of the left wing. Fold over the nose section three times, making sure the ballast ends up on the underside of the airplane. Fold the airplane in half at the center crease, then fold down the wings (Folds 2 and 3). fold nose 4 folds 2 & 3 5 Open up the wings, and put a paper clip on the keel at the nose for ballast.

When the aircraft is flying at a steep angle—close to stalling—the front wing stalls first and lowers the plane’s nose, preventing the large rear wing from stalling. This feature makes the Veri-Eze a safe plane to fly. The rear wing has ailerons to control roll. Two vertical fins at the wing tips control yaw. The fuselage (body) of this airplane is triangular, made separately from the wings. 52 VERI-EZE • 53 0 1 2 3 inches 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3 enlarge 130% to make full-size version 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 1 8 54 • VERI-EZE 1 Trace the pattern from page 53.

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