Rocket crash in Russia – Due to Upside Down Sensors?

Rocket crash in Russia – Due to Upside Down Sensors?

The fate of the Russian Proton-M rocket spy software for android that crashed in Kazakhstan last week may have been sealed by android tracker critical sensors that were installed “upside down.” According to reports in Russian media, the investigators have determined that human error was to blame, as faulty preparations lead

to the rocket launching with velocity sensors at incorrect polarities.

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“As a result,” writes Anatoly Zak on Russian Space Web, “the flight control system was receiving wrong information about the position of the rocket and tried to “correct” it, causing the vehicle to swing wildly and, ultimately, crash.” A source work time tracker app android speaking to Interfaxconcurs: “The angular velocity sensors were wired

up with the wrong polarity. spy phone tracker Therefore, the rocket was orientated incorrectly.”

The investigative team is yet to officially confirm the results of its probe. Previously, it was estimated that it would take until the end of July to ascertain the cause of the explosion, which may have seriously contaminated the area surrounding the launch site.


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