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Framing all those air inlets are unique aero bits like twin front dive planes, an extra-long splitter, and a proper pitched aileron at the rear, all of which conspire to generate 300 pounds (136kg) of downforce at 150mph (241km/h).
The jet lost its right aileron in the impact, the right wingtip fuel tank was sheared off and the nose cone was banged up, according to the NTSB report and photos filed with it.
NASA traced the problem back to the aileron rudder interconnect and laminar air flow.
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