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High School students compete in engineering/physics flight contest at CEU

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One of over 50 high school students from Carbon, Emery and Wayne gives flight to his aluminum flyer. The College of Eastern Utah hosted the competition in order to boost recruitment in their engineering and physics departments. The students only contraints were that the flyers be made of aluminum can. On the extremely windy day the longest flight lasted for more than nine seconds. The event was organized by Kyle Larsen and Dave Kardelis.

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