This flight consisted of a few throttle steps from "a nice stable speed" from the pilot's perspective to full throttle and back. There is a nice airspeed response to the first two, of three, throttle steps. Based on the flight data, the following observations were made: 1. Throttle trim seems to be around 0.72 based on a 0 - 1 scale. 2. Elevator trim looks like it's around -6.85 degrees (i.e. 6.85 degrees trailing edge up). 3. Aileron trim looks like it's around -5 degrees (5 degrees left roll). 4. Trim airspeed is around 23 m/s. 5. Trim theta is around 7 degrees nose up
Fenrir Flight 19.
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