Sure it does, if you're removing the air around anything radiating heat, it will feel colder. Just put a thermometer in front of a fan.I maybe misinformed but I don't think wind chill pertains to inanimate objects.
Seems like NOAA disagrees with you...Sure it does, if you're removing the air around anything radiating heat, it will feel colder. Just put a thermometer in front of a fan.
Again, just a hypothesis from what I've witnessed. I've watched videos of it flying in Alaska, so the operating temp, has a bit of wiggle room.
nice pictureI wouldn't say crash, but did have a rough landing on some gravel. I guess it could have possibly nocked something loose. Sample size is too small currently to pin point what's happening so I'll update as I get more info.
I only mention temp because it first happened on a cold morning with "high winds". Ambient air temp around 33F. With a wind chill, that could easily get to 23F. Watching the fog roll out.
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