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Offline MER-S

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31 May 2008, 20:55:07
After reentry my wing broke off and I ejected. Here is a article about the wreckage.

DGIV DISASTER!!!!

The DGIV “Destiny” has smashed into the ocean last night after reentry. Pilot Jake Snare was the only survivor. “After
reentry everything went dead as we past reentry I waited a minute then ejected us out. I didn’t see anyone after that because
it went black,” Jake Snare said to us. The DGIV is still floating in the ocean and no one is onboard. I believe they got out
but died in a lifeboat. More details soon!


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Offline Kadet

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Reply #1 - 31 May 2008, 21:18:16
Hah, you overstreesed the aircraft.


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Reply #2 - 31 May 2008, 22:14:22
I didn't I overstress it was on reentry autopilot when the wing broke off Kadet!


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Reply #3 - 31 May 2008, 22:49:33
Ok, ok, I was only guessing, jeez.


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Reply #4 - 01 June 2008, 18:45:11
If the wing broke off it was overstressed.
Too steep a reentry angle.
My bet is that its pilot thought he was piloting a meteor.


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Reply #5 - 01 June 2008, 20:50:12

Ground telescopes confirmed it.



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Reply #6 - 02 June 2008, 00:41:05
Dangit SlyCoopersButt I told you to make the wing off! Oops?


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Reply #7 - 03 June 2008, 23:40:54
DigTech co. found the weckrages. The blackbox will be analised tomorow.


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Reply #8 - 04 June 2008, 13:37:09
Okay Dig Gil I need that Blackbox brought to me now!


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Reply #9 - 04 June 2008, 21:24:28
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Ground telescopes confirmed it.

Note more heat glow on the right(as in your right)wing, heat leaked in, broke wing, end of story.


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Reply #10 - 04 June 2008, 23:45:00
All blackbox data has been already analyzed, MER-S don't get cross, but I found that the blackbox was red :lol:.
Anyway the verdict is:

This is the picture of a wreck.


These are two key-frames from video cameras that where attached to the Delta Glider IV as they do to all spacecraft
before launch to a mission.

Nose cam show something interesting, read what the Automatic Film/Spectro Analyzer wrote:


Zoomed view of cockpit cam that shows us the high G's that the ship was going:

NOTE: our engineers don't figured out clearly if the speed was significant.

After that with all evidences collected (I think) my company's lab found out the truth:
The spacecraft had a minor bug in its computer causing the autopilot to accelerate to much on reentry this heated the
ship's hull to fast plus the pilot Jake Snare forgot to turn off the fuel dump, causing the fuel to overheat the wing
under tension when inflamed. After reentry we could see how well build are DGIVs by SpaceTech co., because with so
much stress the wing was still in place. After reaching a cooler air layer the thermal shock finally broke the right wing
causing all systems to fail.



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Reply #11 - 05 June 2008, 12:48:24
Uh Dig Gil The Fuel Dump wasn't on I had live electronic feed from the cockpit to KSC. And also The Gs were -2.76G.


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Reply #12 - 05 June 2008, 13:40:28
Then or the black-box data had something wrong, or these wreckages are not from Destiny. Can you tell me the o hour and location that happened?



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Reply #13 - 05 June 2008, 17:31:11
It happened at 12:00pm EST on reentry to KSC it was 2 miles west of KSC.


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Reply #14 - 05 June 2008, 22:10:30
Breaking News:
About 52 hours after the crash, a SpaceTech spacelines DGIV carring 5 crew was found 34 miles of the coast of Puerto
Rico, the Captain and Mission Specialist survived, but the Captain died later at the hospital from a clotted valve
leading to his heart, the mission specialist is currently recovering at the hospital and will be interviewed tomorrow.


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Reply #15 - 05 June 2008, 22:13:18
Kadet by your information he saw the DGIV go down and it exploded as it struck the ground. The Mission Specialist died at the
hospital.


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Reply #16 - 05 June 2008, 22:35:14
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Kadet by your information he saw the DGIV go down and it exploded as it struck the ground. The Mission Specialist
died at the
hospital.

How can someone inside the spaceship see it from the ground?

Oh, and Dig gil, you're right, the black box is not from destiny, and definitely not from the SpaceTech DGIV, in fact, there were no flight scheduled for the latest DGIV's, and it says on a control tower check list that at about 2:38pm on the same day of the crash, the same DGIV took off from runway 22L of Newark International SpaceGate, so there is a possiblity of another crash, after all, ATV DGIV flight 3940 has yet to respond to several calls, it's ironic, three crashes in a row.



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Reply #17 - 05 June 2008, 23:30:29
I've gathered some information about the Destiny at the control tower, now I know all crew members present and
spaceship's history.
OK, let's put things together now we have new evidences. Most probably I can be lost somewhere in the story, then
if I get something wrong correct me please...

There was a DGIV called "Destiny" which was doing a secret flight, Codename: X-51 with MER-S as
passenger, Pilot Jack Snare, Mission Specialist Jordan Hood, the Captain Arnold MacFlie and Scientist Rui Castro. The Destiny avionics were being fed by the control tower.
After atmospheric reentry something gone wrong and the Destiny's right wing broke off, the crew has ejected, surviving Pilot Jack Snare and MER-S, they said us that the DGIV crashed against sea, 2 miles west KSC at 12:00pm. In a lifeboat the Mission Specialist have been found with Capt. Arnold MacFlie whom has died in the hospital.
DigTech co. found some unknown wreckages 25 miles east Miami which had a blackbox inside. This blackbox has been analysed concluding, after carbon dating and paint analyse, that that DGIV wasn't Destiny, but rather one of the Mythic Bermuda Triangle's victims: the flight 2033-x, not from Spirit Spacelines, but instead from from ESA.
The ground telescopes photographs show us that there was too much heat leakages on right wing.
Beyond DigTech co. and SlyCoopersButt telescopes, Kadet is investigating archives about this accident. Kadet says that another 3  accidents have occurred at the same time one of them being Destiny.
Doctors say that we only can interview the witnesses of this strange phenomena after the next 2 months. After that maybe we are able to solve all this story. The current questions are: why have these DGIVs crashed at the same time? Where's the missing Brazilian Scientist Rui Castro?



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Reply #18 - 06 June 2008, 03:14:59
EVEN MORE BREAKING NEWS:
During an NTSB meeting the leader of the search accidentaly muttered something which led me to a secret
government file.  After several checks, double checks and triple checks, I can comfirm that indeed, the DGIV "Destiny"
was actually called "X-51", "X-51" as it is called, was actually a test launcher for a new military weapon, the weapon,
called "TUMDLE" or "THE.ULTIMATE.MOST.DESTRUCTIVE.LASER.EVER." is a device that uses dark matter as its chemical
and if it fires, it's completely unavoidable, as they made it so that it moves at a staggering 3 times the speed of light,
whats more, it won't need a ship to reload it, as it can load itself with the dark matter surrounding the universe, now
I must go, as I'm beening watch, more on this later, Dig gil, this is the missing information.



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Reply #19 - 06 June 2008, 12:38:49
DigTech co., my company's lab, noticed something unusual on an island near Green Turtle Cay while in a routine test flight.
The pilot said he saw a man screaming on a beach while writing on the sand the word S.O.S., but he was to far to the pilot
get him. I'm planning to send there a Seaking and see what happens.


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Reply #20 - 06 June 2008, 14:26:21
Dig Gil It was testing a thermal satellite with a laser for the US Military and it was called X-151. I monitored everything
during reentry and there was a fuel dump an hour before reentry which was turned off by autopilot during reentry and most
likely a reentry tile was damaged like the Columbia accident.


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Reply #21 - 06 June 2008, 16:57:01
Then the whole mistery is solve?!! :trucdeouf:
The whole "Destiny" story came to an end!?:damn:
It was going so good that I was thinking on write about it...:cry:



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Reply #22 - 06 June 2008, 18:27:43
I have screenshots showing the DGIV before reentry no tile breaks.

And here is the data recorded in the Pilots Flight Helmet.

“This is X-151 request takeoff to ATC. Over,” said Jake Snare.
“Takeoff is cleared X-151. Over.”
“Roger. Over.”
“Engaging Takeoff Autopilot.”
10 minutes later.
“Opening Radiators.”
“ISS location plz. Over.”
“Over KSC. Over.”
“Roger.”
30 minutes later.
“Request Docking ISS.”
“Docking approved.”
20 minutes later.
“Docking complete.”
Shutoff of all systems.

A day later. Systems restarted.
“Undocking.”
“Ok the laser satellite works.”
“Hold on this is reentry.”
“Damnit. Activating Eject Signal.”
“X-151 going down. X-151 Going DOWN!!!”

End of Transmission



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Reply #23 - 06 June 2008, 21:15:36
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MER-S wrote:
I have screenshots showing the DGIV before reentry no tile breaks.

And here is the data recorded in the Pilots Flight Helmet.

“This is X-151 request takeoff to ATC. Over,” said Jake Snare.
“Takeoff is cleared X-151. Over.”
“Roger. Over.”
“Engaging Takeoff Autopilot.”
10 minutes later.
“Opening Radiators.”
“ISS location plz. Over.”
“Over KSC. Over.”
“Roger.”
30 minutes later.
“Request Docking ISS.”
“Docking approved.”
20 minutes later.
“Docking complete.”
Shutoff of all systems.

A day later. Systems restarted.
“Undocking.”
“Ok the laser satellite works.”
“Hold on this is reentry.”
“Damnit. Activating Eject Signal.”
“X-151 going down. X-151 Going DOWN!!!”

End of Transmission
It's X-51, my study comfirmed it, and also the DGIV has only one giant heatshield on it, so it couldn't have been like
columbia, there must have been something else.


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Reply #24 - 06 June 2008, 23:10:49
Well before takeoff I was verified that is was X-151 you are thinking of my other DGIV crash X-51.


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