Mig 29 R/C Airplane
The world's first thrust vectored radio-controlled jet airplane. Pilot: Sebastiano Silvestri
is the ability of an aircraft to direct the thrust from its main engines in a direction other than parallel to the vehicle's longitudinal axis. The technique was originally envisaged to provide upward vertical thrust as a means to give aircraft vertical (VTOL) or short (STOL) takeoff and landing ability. Subsequently, it was realized that using vectored thrust enabled aircraft to perform various maneuvers not available to conventional-engined planes. To perform turns, aircraft that use no thrust vectoring must rely on only ailerons or flaps; craft with vectoring still must use ailerons, but to a lesser extent.
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