Fuzzy Tail for Kites | publiclaboratory.org

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“Kites use tails to help stabilize them in the air, to keep them from swaying too much from side to side. The increased drag as the wind passes over the tail holds the kite in place. Big kites need big tails, and one popular and easy tail to make is a fuzzy tail. The flaps create more drag than a smooth tail so you can use a shorter tail and get tangled less. They are fairly easy to make and can be made out of a number of materials.” Here’s one way to make them:  Fuzzy Tail for Kites | publiclaboratory.org.

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I lead two lives - one as an artist and the other as a scientist. More and more I'm finding my two worlds colliding, and it's not the disaster you might expect. View all posts by micheletobias

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