domingo, 18 de diciembre de 2016
Following the first full-scale testing of its solar-powered Aquila drone back in July, Facebook described the event a success. Well, turns out that wasn't entirelytrue, with the aircraft crashing on the landing and the right wing taking on a bit of damage. This was obviously less than ideal, but the upside is Facebook now has some thoughts on how to better build a drone fit for the purpose of bringing the entire world online.
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NTSB: Turbulence Downed Facebook’s Internet UAV
Wind gusts beyond the capability of the autopilot are blamed for the structural failure of Facebook’s Aquila unmanned aircraft on final approach after its June 28 first flight at Yuma Proving Ground in ...