Running Signal's course correction feature, Scout launched angled roughly 15 degrees from upright. Course correction held the vehicle orientation off the pad after launch, then plotted a smooth maneuver back to upright. As shown here, corrections are determined in a global reference frame, then executed in the local frame, meaning roll is not an issue(until the TVC hardware cannot keep up with the roll). Once deployed, the parachutes broke the kevlar reenforced shock cord, separating them from the body. The cord snapped at a weak point where significant heat had been experienced during assembly, which can be avoided next time with a new cord and some epoxy. The flight computer and TVC mount remained entirely unharmed by the impact.
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