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Question 1: The Pterodactyl designs have their roots in the Manta Fledge ________ of the 1970s.
Powered hang gliderWingsuit flyingHang glidingParagliding

Question 2: The aircraft was first publicly displayed at an ultralight fly-in at ________ in 1978.
Sunnyvale, CaliforniaMorgan Hill, CaliforniaGilroy, CaliforniaSan Jose, California

Question 3: completed a flight in a Pfledge from Long Beach, California to ________ over a period of 29 days between July 9 and August 6, 1979, with ground support.
Hardeeville, South CarolinaHilton Head Island, South CarolinaBeaufort County, South CarolinaBeaufort, South Carolina

Question 4: He located and purchased the old stock of Manta Products airframe parts and produced ________ drawings for the complete parts.
Computer-aided designCATIAComputer2D computer graphics

Question 5: ________: 2.16 lb/sq ft (10.4 kg/sq m)
Wing loadingF-16 Fighting FalconGlider (sailplane)F-104 Starfighter

Question 6: At the convention they were invited by Mother Earth News magazine to fly the aircraft on to the Atlantic coast on pure ________ supplied by the magazine.
EthanolFlumazenilAlcoholic beverage1,4-Butanediol

Question 7: The glider's ________ then translated the yaw into a matched rolling motion.
F-104 StarfighterSwept wingFighter aircraftB-47 Stratojet

Question 8: McCornack and Nicely's 1979 flight from ________ to Oshkosh, Wisconsin and onto the Atlantic coast was the second transcontinental flight by this aircraft type and was done mostly without ground support.
Salinas, CaliforniaMonterey, CaliforniaCarmel-by-the-Sea, CaliforniaPacific Grove, California

Question 9: ________: 17 mph (28 km/h)
Aircraft flight control systemFlap (aircraft)AileronStall (flight)

Question 10: Peterson’s aircraft is on display in the Smithsonian Museum's ________.
Washington, D.C.Washington Dulles International AirportB-29 SuperfortressSteven F. Udvar-Hazy Center


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