First off, "Frisbee" a trade name of the Wham-o Corp. It is used globally as a short-cut to the "Fying Dsic" category.
On to the answer. - Light up flying discs have been created for years. Starting in the late 1960's, phosphorescent additives were added to the plastic composition of the manufactured flying disc to create a Glow-in-the-dark effect once they were "charged" by being exposed to light. In the 1970's, some discs were molded to allow the attachment of chemical glow-sticks. In the late 1990's, the modern era of LED battery powered flying discs began with the introduction of the Mothership by Orby. Other manufacturers such as Aerobie, Black Jax Sports and Playhard Inc have introduced their own improved versions of this technology over the past few years.
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Yes, because there is less gravity on the moon. Also, because there is no air friction on the Moon. However, a frisbee thrown on the Moon will not travel as far as one properly thrown on Earth, because the shape of the frisbee generates lift which will keep it flying farther. With no air on the Moon, a frisbee cannot "fly".
light from the sun is know as 'white light'. it is made up of all of the colours seen in the rainbow. when it rains, the light is split up into these different colours in the same way it would if you passed light through a glass prism. Therefore light splits up into its individual colours when it rains, and this is what a rainbow is.
Well, you don't have to light it up, since it's already been done! Just buy a Flashflight (the best LED light-up frisbees on the market!)
It really depends on wind conditions. Wind can pick up a light Frisbee for a while or send it quickly to the ground. I would say If a heavy and light Frisbee were thrown by the same person in the same conditions, the heavier one would stay up longer. So heavy is the answer.
Large frisbee=better lift; stays in the air longer small frisbee=drops sooner, is faster Heavy frisbee=drops sooner, better accuracy light frisbee=drops later, may get blown off course by the wind
Lots of things.In fact, it uses the energy you have to throw the frisbee up. Then the wind level will make it "fly". Then Gravity will pull the frisbee down towards the ground.
The cast of Light Escapes Through the Intervals - 2011 includes: Spencer Holden as Frisbee Player Justin Leon as Frisbee Player
Light because the wind is able to carry the disc farther.
"Frisbee" is Frisbee in French because Frisbee is a trademark name.
I would say now, Frisbee and Ultimate Frisbee appear to be growing as beach fun and as a sport every year, with new leagues popping up all across the United States.
There is a new way to play frisbee its called frisbee golf.
This is how you spell it: Frisbee
William Russel frisbee invented the frisbee. and Walter Morrison became interested in flying saucer which led to the frisbee trademark.
dogs can catch a frisbee:)