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One half of the bungee-launching team and their half of the bungee can be seen. The glider has just launched. It will now gain speed by lowering the nose. Since the ground slopes away faster, the glider will remain airborne. There is a wind blowing on to the slope and so height will be gained quickly by ridge soaring.


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