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Bonus Compilation: Xombie 750m Mars EDL Divert Trajectory

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Published on Aug 16, 2012

Be sure to check out our uncut footage of this flight, along with an explanation of the trajectory:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jl6pw2...

Less than a week after the successful completion of the 650 meter down range flight on August 9, Masten successfully conducted the third and final flight of its recent Entry Descent & Landing test campaign for NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL)**. Reaching an altitude of 476.4 meters, the vehicle translated 750 meters down the test range at the Mojave Air and Space Port. The flight, controlled by Masten's native Guidance, Navigation & Control system, precisely matched its targeted trajectory and met all test objectives.

As with the flights on July 25 and August 9, this test served to evaluate JPL's powered descent and landing trajectory optimization algorithms for future Mars Entry Descent & Landing (EDL) applications.

**Jet Propulsion Laboratory is a division of the California Institute of Technology.

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