Demystifying the helicopter tail rotor

11/28/2012 | DecodedScience.com

A helicopter's tail rotor serves two main functions, preventing the body of aircraft from continuously turning in circles and controlling its direction during flight, but it can also cause tail rotor drift -- a phenomena during which the helicopter hovers with one skid lower than the other.

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