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Wow you have a real good battery and signal! Too bad about the water landing:(
 

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OMG you flew back on the exact same line, your a really really good pilot shanek. Can you tell me where to buy your type of antennas and battery? I would sure like to get me some of those! The telemetry looks fine except for your altitude, I would get the barometer checked out.:D
 
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wow you got really good solar panels and a flux capacitor on your drone i see
At 15.8m/s (~60km/hr) over over 7,501km, the flight took over 5 days, wonder how having to top up the blender in flight with used coke tins to feed the flux capacitor was handled?
 
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You sure the drone didn't take the lazy option and it hitched a lift on a plane then flew off when it got there?
 
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Were you flying with the Litchi App? I had a flight do the same thing yesterday using a Samsung Galaxy Tab S. It's a data error in the data that was uploaded to AirData. Navigate to the "General" tab in Airdata and click on "Download Original" underneath the image of the flight. Open the data file in Excel and you'll find one row of data is missing a column, causing all of the columns to be offset by one. Delete that row and re-upload the data file manually and everything will be ok. You can then delete the errant file from AirData.
 

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