Pitch, yaw and roll are the three dimensions of movement when an object moves through a medium.
The terms may be used to describe an aeroplane’s movements through the air. They are also applied to fishes moving through water, and spacecraft moving through space.
There are in fact six degrees of freedom of a rigid body moving in three-dimensional space.
As the movement along each of the three axes is independent of each other and independent of the rotation about any of these axes, the motion has six degrees of freedom (see diagram).pitchnose up or tail up.yawnose moves from side to siderolla circular (clockwise or anticlockwise) movement of the body as it moves forward
nose up or tail up.
nose moves from side to side
a circular (clockwise or anticlockwise) movement of the body as it moves forward