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How Do Drones Stay Stable in the Air?

Octocopter are huge, eight armed drones that are super quick and technologically advanced. Each of the eight arms are attached at an angle in order to keep the drone stable.

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    Suddenly discontinued video.

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    I love science!!!!!

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    Wowww very complicated and interesting…. not really…..

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    informationtolearn 11

    It's science!!!

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    The drone is the same one used by Mythbusters, though the propeller is made out of carbon fiber, can cut a neck jugular.

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    How do drones stay stable.?

    Answer: Last ten seconds..

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    Racing drones are cooler :v

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    Science Is Beautiful Actually 😋

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    Did she say VEEHICKLE AW WTF its vehicles

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    Just when I'm asking myself how drones stabilize itself, this was publish, Thanks

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    0:58 AS A DRONE MYSELF, I ALWAYS THINKING ABOUT WHAT I WILL REMOTELY CONTROL MY HUMAN TO DO WHEN THE DAY CAME.

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    The matrice 600 have location lock

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    I want to buy this

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    Good job prooo

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