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You've Never Seen A Remote-Controlled Airplane Do Things Like This -- Wow!

NOVEMBER 18, 2016  —  By Hannah Austin

This remote-controlled airplane is no child's toy. What it can do completely defies explanation and gravity. One commenter even called it "witchcraft!"

What you are about to see, however, isn't a product of the dark arts. Indoor pattern, or "F3P," is a little-known sport that combines remote-controlled airplanes with precision aerobatics. It takes place in a confined space, such as a gymnasium, and utilizes lightweight planes and variable-pitch propellers. When set to music, it looks more like a dance than an air show.

Watch as this plane astounds the audience with gravity-defying leaps, twirls, and dips. The ballerina-like moves are really quite beautiful.

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I never thought I would be so moved by a remote-controlled airplane. What an amazing performance!


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