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Aerodynamics and Baseball



    NASA is known for rocket science and airplanes, but for baseball? NASA researchers like to solve down-to-Earth problems like how far will a batted ball travel or what makes a curve ball curve? Aerodynamics has the answer!
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Background Information


    What makes a curve ball curve? What determines how far a batted ball will travel? How do weather conditions change the flight of a baseball? How does location determine if a field is a "hitter’s" or a "pitcher’s" park?

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