Sunday, September 5, 2021

Another Interesting Flight Path, But At Night This Time.

 I suppose with all the "Multi-Spectral" sensors out there these days, it doesn't matter much what time of day you do your mapping flights.

This is the first time I've seen one after sundown, though,




8 comments:

  1. Are these calibration flights?

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    1. This is a civilian aircraft being flown by "XYZ Mapping Services" or a similar name.

      With all the development going on here they're probably just aerial surveys.

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  2. As sloppy as that track is, I'm guessing it's a training flight for a new pilot.

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    1. It's definitely not the clean tracks I've seen before. Maybe they were testing a new payload and weren't too concerned about neatness.

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  3. No, if they were payload testing, the accuracy would have been there. Just sayin...

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    1. You're most likely correct, but I thought they'd do training flights during daylight.

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    1. At the very least, it's "Interesting" to nerds like me....

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