The goal for this flight was to run an updated attitude tracker to fix the deficiencies noticed in Flight 25. We mapped pilot sticks to provide a pitch and roll angle command (+/- 20 degrees from a 7 degree trim point in pitch and +/-35 degrees in roll). The pilot also had an auto throttle available to hold the aircraft at 23 m/s, which he engaged part way through the test run. The tracking looked very good and the pilot landed in the pitch / roll angle command mode.
Fenrir Flight 26.
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