>>1591497>com.android.ui has crashed
>>1591509Press and hold power + throttle up for 5 seconds.
>>1591497>>1591509>>1591511Number of humans killed by crew dragon: 0
>>1591497Pretty sure those MFDs in the Space Shuttle were retrofit.
>>1591498No biggy (for the aircraft) as long as the shrapnel didn't hit the anything vital or multiple redundant systems.
>>1591512Ahem.Number of humans killed by crew dragon *on its first mission*: 0Number of humans killed by Endeavor on STS-49: 0
imagine getting pushed into this at a redlight by some texting suv behind you
>>1591574did they turn off the terrain terrain and whoop whoops for that mission?
>>1591526The shuttle is the only spacecraft with a 1/3rd hull loss ratio.I'll take my chances with the dragon.
>>1591558why did he do it bros
>>1591495The sign is green so it's okay
>>1591494Is this real?
>>1591613What's the point of improved hardware if the software is more prone to fail now?
>>1591496>nothing falls off>honk anywayDEVILISH
>>1591558>he survived>he was fined five dollars in courtlel
>>1591893Because at least I can reboot software. I can't reboot my booster spontaneously combusting or a massive fuckoff hole in my heat shield. Theres also the fact that software hasn't caused a manned hull loss.
>>1591493This is great.
>>1591494That actually looks awesome.
>>1591494This seems logical to me, limited space and they managed to fit a toll station in there as well as the on and off ramps to the local road.
>>1592527At least the new station opened today
>>1591893There's no proof that modern software is more likely to fail than hardware, especially in today's spatial industry
>>1592870Tell that to the dead 737 MAX passengers
>>1592879No problem if an A330 goes down though.
>>1591893For what it's worth, it's built with the possibility of failure in mind. From Wikipedia:>Dragon uses a "radiation-tolerant" design in the electronic hardware and software that make up its flight computers. The system uses three pairs of computers, each constantly checking on the others, to instantiate a fault-tolerant design. In the event of a radiation upset or soft error, one of the computer pairs will perform a soft reboot. Including the six computers that make up the main flight computers, Dragon employs a total of 18 triple-processor computers.
>>1592879>analogue systems never fa-
>old spacecraft were much safe-
>analogue equipment was much be-
>>1591522>Shrapnel proceeds to hit literally all three of the redundant hydraulic systems
>>1593035More like>all three redundant hydraulic systems bunched up in the same place
>>1591893dont need to have improved software if you have improved hardware
>>1591497No controls needed, candle flies itself.
>>1591497To be fair, the shuttle was more complex and had to be manually flown to land, Dragon is much simpler and fully automated and doesn’t need the full CHAD cockpit like the shuttle
>>1593572I'm all for modern glass cockpits, even ones including touch screens, but there's no denying that Dragon has some questionable design choices. >Front End running on Chromium for the displaysThere's no reason for any aerospace company to go this route with something thats so mission critical. A native solution would have given them more control, and performance off the bat. There's less likely to go wrong when you're not starting off by building on top of a multimillion line of code web browser.>touch screens for manual control of the vessel
Imagine being in the crew with this fucking asshole who wanted to fly a bomber like an F-16.
>>1591493HES ATTACKING ALL PASSENGERS FASTEN SEATBELTS
>>1593615The images are supposed to be deeply goncerning. This is just deeply based.
>>1593615Why did he hate Pan Am so much?
>>1593643They wouldn’t get off his fucking runway
>>1591576It's called GPWS
>>1592969>all those lives needlessly lost because some fucking janny left tape on your sensor tubes
>>1593611>>1593817Imagine being this guy that day.You're just chilling at O'Hare and taking pics of the hot new DC-10's. You capture pic related and take a break.Then you look up again and the motherfucker's missing an engine and struggling to take off. You ready the camera but as you take the picture, it starts banking hard left. The next picture you take, there's no plane, there's just a fucking fireball behind the hangars.
>>1593825absolute peak space cockpit
>>1595087Well, shit's comfy until it is not
>>1595104smaller plane was probably hit by the prop of a plane that was angled so high up it couldnt see it.
>>1593598Jesus Christ, is the Dragon capsule literally built from extruded aluminium and Home Depot hardware?
>>1595197B-52 stalled at high speed after pilot banked too much. It happened at low altitude and the aircraft crashed killing the crew.
>>1592527Madison Square Gardens?
>>1595196thats not the dragon capsule
>>1595205>that bloodstain next to the foremost window
>>1592899>For what it's worth, it's built with the possibility of failure in mind.That’s worth jack shit. Everything is made with redundancies and failure scenarios in mind.
>>1595205>at 7,300m flight height, the roof blew off the plane>the captain could see "blue sky where the first-class ceiling had been.">landed safely nonetheless with only one fatalityI am indeed deebly goncerned
>>1591491>look I got a new plane>look it's empty and state-of-the-art>look how cool it is>all grounded a year later
>>1592966Appendix F is pure kino
>>1595196that's a setup for deciding the layout of the ULA version. It's obviously not the interior of an actual spacecraft
>>1591893Pajeetcode is in the boeing shitliner, not dragon
>>1595205how the fuck did it hold together? literally a miracle.
>Just a little hail folks, nothing to worry about
>>1591494Imagine the designer's face when he realised he'd figured it all out for the first time
>>1595082That'll buff right out.
>>1593040>t.software guys>dont need to have improved software if you have improved hardwareMeanwhile>t.hardware guys>dont need to have improved hardware if you have improved softwareLets build MCAS!
>>1591497>claiming that Endeavour had even been built in 1987
>>1597158What's wrong there? It matches the name.
>>1595856>Ministry of Health>blood all over the placeHeh
>>1595634if everyone thought like you we'd still be slapping Gwomp down for trying to make cave art with ox blood. software testing is a pretty fucking robust science. your computer crashes because it can run whatever generic task you ask it to and they don't all play nice, and also because you're downloading furry porn from russian torrent sites. how often does the ECU on your car crash, while it's calculating how much fuel to inject and when to make a spark thousands of times per minute? how many glass-cockpit planes are falling out of the sky today compared to the all-manual jets of 60 years ago? software isn't intuitive, but it doesn't have to be unreliable. it's only unreliable when Boeing makes it.
>>1595722>PajeetcodeI bet the code was the most well-designed part of that plane
>>1597154is it birb okay
>>1595856At my 141 school, we had a C172 involved with a deer strike. To commemorate the occasion, we slapped on a John Deere decal. The aircraft's nickname is "Deer Slayer"
>>1598852shit covered hands typed this post
>>1595084he was just on his way to the flight school
>>1591497Was the "Space-X" logo really necessary?
>>1598204I really wish lowly web developers could stop pretending they know everything about computers
>>1598952Maybe you mutts should start building planes that don't fall from the sky for no reason before pointing your greasy fingers at others.
While I'm not familiar with spacecraft I work on a containership and I'll just say touchscreens are the most fucking annoying thing compared to tactile input especially when you need to use electronics while working and are wearing gloves or have dirty / wet hands.
>>1599288Where do they use touchscreens on your ship?Newest ship I worked on only had some touchscreens on certain bridge equipment and I was never working there while wearing my coverall and gloves.
>>1599226I'd rather greasy fingers than shit covered fingers. Also, kike bean counters ultimately caused this MAX mess.
>>1595093still doesn't explain what the fuck happened. define recklessness
>>1599340>bean counters ultimately caused this MAX messagreed they should have designed a different plane or slightly modified a 757 with new upgrades
>>1593829I prefer the term ableist alexa
>>1599489I never understood why this picture is reposted so much instead of the actual ATC recordingSeems like if you post something often enough, people will start believing it
>>1598950what's the reg?
>>1599470>757Based and redpilled. A fucking shame they didn't re-tool for it.
>>1599646THIS FUCKING GUY
>>1600457No pictures I could find, but I'm pretty sure it was N5518G
>>1600502To add, no pictures I could find with the decal.
>>1595849The decompression bent the floor support beams like toothpicks
>>1598852this cope stinks like the ganges lmao
>>1600906What the fuck, that was super serious and extremely preventable and everyone is so chill about it
>>1599371It's a retarded court thing.>pilot's going out for a nice flight>something won't start the propeller>he goes out to try and manually start it but apparently forgets to apply the brake>starts propeller>power surge + no brake = runaway>pilot tries to hold on but the plane starts fucking up other planes>four piper warriors get damaged>plane turns and the prop begins mowing into the fuselage of the pictured plane>runaway finally stops>flight school has many students who need to get their hours up, they're in fucking disarray>starts borrowing planes and losing costs>school demands pilot pay them a shitload of money to cover the costsI have literally zero idea how the case was settled. There's almost nothing about it.
>>1600429The CVR recording really doesn't have much except for "WE GAAN" and "THAT SON OF A BITCH IS COMING" and "GET OFF GET OFF GET OFF". The Joker parody transcript makes it even funnier.
>>1601401It's a flight test
>>1595196Grats on being retarded