How too much of a good thing can lead to deadly plane crashes

On a July morning in 2013, Asiana Airlines Flight 214 prepared to land in San Francisco. A few miles from the airport, its pilot chose the wrong autopilot setting, and the plane stopped tracking its own speed. The flight crew didn’t realize that the plane was moving dangerously slow — and descending too fast — until it was too late.

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