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What are the requirements of a safe flying environment?
Do not fly close to a crowd or yourself.
Avoid flying the aircraft out of your line of sight.
Keep the aircraft away from potential obstacles, such as trees, power lines, buildings, etc.
Leave enough space for turning and maneuvering.
Do not fly in severe weather conditions, including but not limited to typhoons, tornadoes, rain, storms, thunder, hail or snow.
Do not fly in extremely high or low temperatures, or in strong winds.
Avoid flying near hazardous situations, including but not limited to fire, explosions, landslides, floods or earthquakes.
Keep away from facilities that could produce electromagnetic interference to avoid failure of positioning, including but not limited to power plants, power lines, transformer substations or broadcasting towers.
Avoid interference from other devices, such as other remote controllers or transmitters.
What are some actions I should avoid when flying?
What do I do after a crash?
What is Failsafe mode and what are my panic buttons?
Where should I fly my drone?
My motors won’t start
How to register your drone with the FAA
How to perform a firmware update for your X-Star
How to calibrate the aircraft’s compass
Compass calibration has failed
What are some basic safety tips?
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