THE LONGEST CAST, PART II
Remember the trout fly that was supposed to be launched into space? The final launch date was yesterday, September 25, and though the rocket launched successfully, it suffered "an anomaly in flight causing it to 'corkscrew' at very high velocity." That is, it didn't make the altitude for space.
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My trout fly may still have gone further on a single cast than any other in history, but it didn't get where it was supposed to. As any trout fisherman will tell you, that's pretty normal.