Subject: What is it about high altitudes that makes it hard for helicopters to fly?
Date: Wed Jul 14 23:56:40 1999
Posted by Annmarie
Grade level: grad (non-science)
School: No school entered.
City: Hillsboro State/Province: OR
Area of science: Earth Sciences
In the movie Everest, they said that helicopter rescue is
impossible for lost climbers because the air in too thin. I
don't understand what is missing in the air. I know that oxgen
is lacking but what else?
Re: What is it about high altitudes that makes it hard for helicopters to fly?
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