I have an idea for a story where human live on world with low gravity and a dense atmosphere. These humans have developed artificial wings that are attached to their arms so they can fly. Since the shoulders of birds and bats have changed to facilitate the motion needed for flight, I was wondering if human shoulders would have the range of motion needed for a flight stroke.
If no, then could the human shoulder change its shape through bone remodeling in response to the stress of flight to make flying easier?
Edit: The gravity is 0.31g and the atmospheric density is 5.29 kg/m3