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Okay, the only call out from now own will be fuel.
And back to sixty.
Coming down nicely.
4 and a half down, 5 and a half down.
160 feet, 6 and a half down.
5 and a half down.
[UNKNOWN] guys looking good, down a half.
[UNKNOWN] It looks okay.
285 feet, descending at 1 foot per second.
[INAUDIBLE] Okay, how's the fuel.
Wait just a minute.
Okay here's a, looks like a good area here.
I got the shadow out there.
Forward, 30, 30 seconds, good.
40 feet, down 2 and a half, picking up some dust.
30 feet, 2 and a half down, faint shadow.
4 forward, 4 forward
Drifting to the right a little.
20 feet, down a half.
Drifting foward a little bit.
Okay Engine stop.
ACA out of Detent.
Mode Control, both Auto.
Descent Engine Command Override, Off.
Engine Arm, Off.
413 is in.
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