This flight was Saturday morning, August 8. Takeoff and climb were fine, but following the first turn to set up the experiments, the motor cut out. Our pilot noticed the aircraft was getting slow and did a nice job trying to pick up speed and keeping it level. We landed and slid, impact was hard according to the camera footage and damage (sensors were maxed out on flight data, so over 7g). The motor cutoff might have been due to the motor leads, but no definitive causes were found.
Skoll Flight 6.
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