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Mapping free-fall styles of solid objects within fluids

By carefully observing scenes as simple as leaves falling from trees or dandelion seeds blowing in the wind, we can see diverse "falling styles" that include tumbling, fluttering or spiraling.
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(American Institute of Physics) James Clerk Maxwell conducted some of the first documented studies of free-falling objects during the mid-1800s, when the physicist analyzed the tumbling motion of a freely falling plate. But much rem...

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