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The more gravity the shorter it will fly. * Gravity has very little to do with aerodynamics. Aerodynamics is the study of the motion of an object through a medium ie. air or water and the disturbances in causes in that medium ie. turbulence etc. The only contribution gravity makes is to the density of that medium.

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