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Label the Space Shuttle Diagram
Using the terms listed below, label the Space Shuttle Orbiter diagram.
Body flap - a flap located at the bottom rear of the shuttle; it provides a thermal (heat) shield for the engines during re-entry and also provides pitch control (the movement of the nose up and down) during atmospheric flight (landings).
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