On Mon, Aug 02, 2010 at 11:13:22AM -0700, I wrote:
> Learning from the failures of others, what can we gain from this?
> * On clusters, design the ignition to minimize the chance that two
> motors can ignite, yanking the ignitors out of the third motor
> (perhaps make the rocket light it's own ignitors?). I wonder if they
> would share their ignitor setup so we can learn something from them.
> *Make sure the conrol is capable of nulling out the yaw caused by a
> motor failure.

Out of curiosity, why have three motors, rather than one larger motor?
What's the advantage?

- Josh Triplett

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