Doesn't actually need flesh and blood passengers.Originally posted by elbmod
not yet - this is still another proving flight - won't have passengers...
Again from the rules on the web site:Originally posted by Chilly
I don't believe this meets the requirements for an X-Prize attempt. Aren't they requiring 60-day notice?
Doesn't actually need flesh and blood passengers.
Did you read the text you quoted? The entries need to fly one actual human, and have ballast in the place of two other humans.3. The flight vehicle must be flown twice within a 14-day period. Each flight must carry at least one person
To win the prize, notice of an attempt must be given 60 days in advance, and the 100-kilometer flight must be done twice in a two-week period, with a pilot and enough ballast to represent the weight of two passengers. June's flight will be a solo outing, without the extra ballast.
I'm not sure what you mean? That's the same point I was trying to make.Originally posted by grimlock3000
Did you read the text you quoted? The entries need to fly one actual human, and have ballast in the place of two other humans.