Well, I think it's a good thing they weren't already there at the 6:21 mark, isn't it? Maybe, just maybe, working for NASA, they've been trained to deal with rocket technology and had some inkling that it would be a good idea to wait until the explosions were finished?
Might it not have simply been caused by the wind? Judging by the smoke flow, there was a pretty stiff breeze, and the lander crashed in the direction it was blowing. I assume the thing is designed for the airless environment in which it is intended to operate, not under these conditions. Maybe they just chose a bad day for the test.
Judging by the smoke flow, there was a pretty stiff breeze, and the lander crashed in the direction of the wind. Presumably the lander is not designed for these conditions, since there is no wind on the Moon or an asteroid. Could it be that they simply chose a bad day or location for the test?
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I agree. I use both Dvorak and QWERTY keyboard layouts and have found that I have two different sets of "muscle memories" and tend to switch between them without conscious effort. It just takes practice.