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Analysis of the Falcon 9 Crash Landing
written by Rhett J. Allain
The Falcon 9 booster attempts to land on a barge after launching a rocket.  Here is a Tracker video analysis experiment archive of a failed attempt.  Load this file into Tracker to view the analysis.
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Rhett Allain
Keywords:
angular acceleration, video analysis
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Metadata instance created April 23, 2015 by Rhett Allain
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April 23, 2015 by Wolfgang Christian
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