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Pirouetting Diamond

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MA enters in upright forward flight and over the center line it performs a 45° pushed flip and enters a 45° ascent of at least 10 meters length. After a pushed 90° flip it climbs for another 10 meters under 45° back to the center line where it performs another quarter pushed flip. It descends under 45° to another quarter pushed flip and a final descend back to the center line. Without delay the MA starts a second Peak the flight path back with pulled 90° flips. The MA evenly distribute a complete 360° pirouette during each 45° ascends/descends and the longitudinal axis of the MA should be almost perpendicular to the flight path.

Also known as a pirouetting Bavarian rhomb or Pirouetting Peak.

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