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AeroAstro Spring '10 Unified Flight Competition

The 2010 Unified Flight Competition was held on May 12 with 13 teams successfully completing flights. The objective of this year's competition was to design, build, and fly two circuits around the Johnson track a radio-controlled aircraft while maximizing the difference between the payload weight and the empty weight. The winning aircraft had a payload weight of 758 grams and an empty weight of 300 grams (gross take-off weight of 1058 grams). (Note that this is video-only. There is no audio track.)

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