When you fly an airplane across a room, drag is what pulls back on your airplane and slows it down. Most of drag comes from air resistance. Thin as air may seem, it does have mass and in some ways is like runny maple syrup. When anything flies through the air, from a paper airplane to a jet airline, the air rushing across it rubs against it and tries to slow it down.
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