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+[[!toc ]]
# Issues due to the conversion process from MoinMoin/TWiki
@@ -80,15 +80,15 @@ LaTeX formatting support.
## Broken wiki links
From pages integrated in the wiki:
-[[brokenlinks pages="!psas/*"]]
+[[!brokenlinks pages="!psas/*"]]
From pages imported from the historic static content:
-[[brokenlinks pages="psas/*"]]
+[[!brokenlinks pages="psas/*"]]
## Orphaned files
Orphaned pages:
-[[orphans pages="(!news/* or news/*/*) and !*.*"]]
+[[!orphans pages="(!news/* or news/*/*) and !*.*"]]
Orphaned attachments (excluding images, which are often false positives):
-[[orphans pages="*.* and !(*.png or *.gif or *.jpg or *.jpeg)"]]
+[[!orphans pages="*.* and !(*.png or *.gif or *.jpg or *.jpeg)"]]
diff --git a/AvionicsModuleLv2.mdwn b/AvionicsModuleLv2.mdwn
index 5c9172e..a1351bd 100644
--- a/AvionicsModuleLv2.mdwn
+++ b/AvionicsModuleLv2.mdwn
@@ -20,5 +20,5 @@ Here's a link to the design of the AMPS plates: [[news/2002-08-29]]
Current node placement idea as of 2004/06/15:
<div>
- <center>[[img AvionicsModuleLv2/lv2_mockup.jpg size="320x427"]]<br><em>Current placement of existing and mockup of future nodes</em></center>
+ <center>[[!img AvionicsModuleLv2/lv2_mockup.jpg size="320x427"]]<br><em>Current placement of existing and mockup of future nodes</em></center>
</div>
diff --git a/AvionicsTeamHome.mdwn b/AvionicsTeamHome.mdwn
index 5ea6fba..608c217 100644
--- a/AvionicsTeamHome.mdwn
+++ b/AvionicsTeamHome.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="PSAS Avionics Team"]]
+[[!meta title="PSAS Avionics Team"]]
The Avionics team is currently working on 'AV3' class hardware and firmware for the [[Launch Vehicle No. 2c|ProjectLV2]] airframe. The AV3 hardware includes a PowerPC flight computer, a USB-based avionics bus, and a half-dozen USB-based avionics nodes including a GPS, IMU, power system, recovery node, and amateur TV broadcast.
@@ -85,4 +85,4 @@ To add a new entry, please use the date of the entry (YYYY-MM-DD) and
then add a `\[[meta title="YYYY-MM-DD - Title here!"]]` line to give it
a title. Include a line like `\[[tag avionics]]` to get it listed here.
-[[inline rootpage="news" pages="news/* and !news/*/* and (link(tag/avionics) or link(tag/capstonelv2b) or link(tag/general))" archive="yes" sort="title" reverse="yes" template="titlepage"]]
+[[!inline rootpage="news" pages="news/* and !news/*/* and (link(tag/avionics) or link(tag/capstonelv2b) or link(tag/general))" archive="yes" sort="title" reverse="yes" template="titlepage"]]
diff --git a/BartonDirections.mdwn b/BartonDirections.mdwn
index b844d92..15cac23 100644
--- a/BartonDirections.mdwn
+++ b/BartonDirections.mdwn
@@ -13,13 +13,13 @@
Attendance for the static test fire is by invitation only. If you are interested in going please contact Brian O'Neel at 'oneelb@postmark.net'
<div>
- <center>[[img BartonDirections/BartonOregon.jpg size="352x301"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img BartonDirections/BartonOregon.jpg size="352x301"]]</center>
</div>
<div>
- <center>[[img BartonDirections/BartonStorefrom205.jpg size="352x119"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img BartonDirections/BartonStorefrom205.jpg size="352x119"]]</center>
</div>
<div>
- <center>[[img BartonDirections/BartonZoom.jpg size="352x302"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img BartonDirections/BartonZoom.jpg size="352x302"]]</center>
</div>
diff --git a/BatteryPackLv2.mdwn b/BatteryPackLv2.mdwn
index 47c2031..b3a6f27 100644
--- a/BatteryPackLv2.mdwn
+++ b/BatteryPackLv2.mdwn
@@ -87,7 +87,7 @@ Finally, how many clicks do we get for a full charge?
We need a "4S4P" pack - four cells in parallel (making a ~4.0 Ah cell out of 4x ~1 Ah cells) and then put four of these "parallel cell packs" in series to get our 14.4V nominal pack voltage (16.8V max at 4.2V/cell). So that's 16 batteries/pack. But at $1/each, we can't complain!
<div>
- <center>[[img BatteryPackLv2/lv2_batt_pack_mockup.jpg size="320x240"]]<br><em>2004/06/15 mockup of the 4S4P battery pack.</em></center>
+ <center>[[!img BatteryPackLv2/lv2_batt_pack_mockup.jpg size="320x240"]]<br><em>2004/06/15 mockup of the 4S4P battery pack.</em></center>
</div>
So what the hell do you do with 16 steel-encased batteries? Good question.
diff --git a/BlackRockLogistics.mdwn b/BlackRockLogistics.mdwn
index d7f071e..4dc485d 100644
--- a/BlackRockLogistics.mdwn
+++ b/BlackRockLogistics.mdwn
@@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
# <a name="Information on the Black Rock De"></a> Information on the Black Rock Desert (BRD)
<div>
- <center>[[img BlackRockLogistics/IMG_1881.JPG size="320x240"]]<br><font size="-1"> <em>Moonset at sunrise in the Black Rock Desert</em> </font></center>
+ <center>[[!img BlackRockLogistics/IMG_1881.JPG size="320x240"]]<br><font size="-1"> <em>Moonset at sunrise in the Black Rock Desert</em> </font></center>
</div>
### <a name="Transportation Notes:"></a> Transportation Notes:
diff --git a/BlackRockSite.mdwn b/BlackRockSite.mdwn
index 2ee547d..1f3609b 100644
--- a/BlackRockSite.mdwn
+++ b/BlackRockSite.mdwn
@@ -5,7 +5,7 @@
<table border=0 cellpadding=1 cellspacing=1 width="100%">
<tr>
<td width="37%">[[BlackRockSite/playa1.jpeg]]</td>
- <td width="18%">[[img BlackRockSite/maptopo.jpeg size="112x150"]]</td>
+ <td width="18%">[[!img BlackRockSite/maptopo.jpeg size="112x150"]]</td>
<td width="45%">[[BlackRockSite/playa2.jpeg]]</td>
</tr>
</table>
@@ -34,7 +34,7 @@ A thoroughly flat 400 square mile hardpan alkali expanse,<br /> ringed by majest
Meet @ Matt Ruperts house : 5am (directions on web site)<br /> Caravan Departs Matt Ruperts house : 6am (sharp)
-[[img BlackRockSite/map4.gif size="96x150"]][[img BlackRockSite/map3.gif size="144x150"]][[img BlackRockSite/map2.gif size="104x150"]][[img BlackRockSite/map1.gif size="152x150"]] Click to enlarge ( 4 maps)
+[[!img BlackRockSite/map4.gif size="96x150"]][[!img BlackRockSite/map3.gif size="144x150"]][[!img BlackRockSite/map2.gif size="104x150"]][[!img BlackRockSite/map1.gif size="152x150"]] Click to enlarge ( 4 maps)
<u>The Black Rock Desert</u>
diff --git a/BlockDiagram.mdwn b/BlockDiagram.mdwn
index 7bed280..d788c6a 100644
--- a/BlockDiagram.mdwn
+++ b/BlockDiagram.mdwn
@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@
LV2's avionics system is meant to be a flexible and modular avionics system for small sounding rockets (and possibly small Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs)). The avionics system is a test bed for an amatuer autonomous active guidance system - meaning a system that will actively guide the rocket along a given trajectory (e.g., an orbital trajectory).
<div>
- <center>[[img BlockDiagram/avionics_diagram_01.PNG size="640x457"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img BlockDiagram/avionics_diagram_01.PNG size="640x457"]]</center>
</div>
Our [[FlightComputer]] (FC) is a [PC104](http://www.pc104.org/) form factor 133MHz AMD SC520 ("586" class) processor with 64MB SDRAM and a 128MB CompactFLASH card as HD running Debian Linux 2.4.18. When we start doing critical [[RealTime]] tasks, we'll switch to a suitable RTOS; we already used Adeos to get real-time interrupt processing in our CAN driver, which otherwise was losing messages.
diff --git a/BrothersSite.mdwn b/BrothersSite.mdwn
index 7d50852..19bd0fe 100644
--- a/BrothersSite.mdwn
+++ b/BrothersSite.mdwn
@@ -7,22 +7,22 @@ This is [Oregon Rocketry's](http://www.oregonrocketry.com/) launch site, located
<td height=75 width="25%">
<p>
</p>
- <center>[[img BrothersSite/Brothers1.GIF size="96x62"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img BrothersSite/Brothers1.GIF size="96x62"]]</center>
</td>
<td height=75 width="25%">
<p>
</p>
- <center>[[img BrothersSite/Brothers2.jpg size="96x57"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img BrothersSite/Brothers2.jpg size="96x57"]]</center>
</td>
<td height=75 width="25%">
<p>
</p>
- <center>[[img BrothersSite/Brothers3.jpg size="64x62"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img BrothersSite/Brothers3.jpg size="64x62"]]</center>
</td>
<td height=75 width="25%">
<p>
</p>
- <center>[[img BrothersSite/Brothersorbit.jpg size="48x62"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img BrothersSite/Brothersorbit.jpg size="48x62"]]</center>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
diff --git a/CantalopeHardware.mdwn b/CantalopeHardware.mdwn
index 5432c2b..ea8a65a 100644
--- a/CantalopeHardware.mdwn
+++ b/CantalopeHardware.mdwn
@@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
# <a name="CANtalope Hardware, V0.1 (Protot"></a> CANtalope Hardware, V0.1 (Prototype)
<div>
- <center>[[img CantalopeHardware/cantalope_prototype.jpg size="400x105"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img CantalopeHardware/cantalope_prototype.jpg size="400x105"]]</center>
</div>
Here's the first cut at CANtalope hardware.
diff --git a/CapstoneLV2b.mdwn b/CapstoneLV2b.mdwn
index 7debe51..04ece68 100644
--- a/CapstoneLV2b.mdwn
+++ b/CapstoneLV2b.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[toc levels="6"]]
+[[!toc levels="6"]]
----
diff --git a/CapstoneLV2b/CapstonePDS.mdwn b/CapstoneLV2b/CapstonePDS.mdwn
index 671b2f9..b85500a 100644
--- a/CapstoneLV2b/CapstonePDS.mdwn
+++ b/CapstoneLV2b/CapstonePDS.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[toc levels="6"]]
+[[!toc levels="6"]]
# Title
@@ -10,7 +10,7 @@ This product is designed to be manufactured and used by the the Portland State A
# Product Environment
-[[inline pages="CapstoneLV2b/SystemEnvironment" raw="yes"]]
+[[!inline pages="CapstoneLV2b/SystemEnvironment" raw="yes"]]
# Reproducibility
@@ -72,7 +72,7 @@ The power supply must accept an input voltage in the range of 10 to 20 VDC, conc
## Communications Bus Requirements
-[[inline pages="CapstoneLV2b/CapstoneDecisionMatrix" raw="yes"]]
+[[!inline pages="CapstoneLV2b/CapstoneDecisionMatrix" raw="yes"]]
## Manufacturing Constraints
diff --git a/CapstoneLV2bLinks.mdwn b/CapstoneLV2bLinks.mdwn
index 6b9dacc..6a659c0 100644
--- a/CapstoneLV2bLinks.mdwn
+++ b/CapstoneLV2bLinks.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[toc levels="6"]]
+[[!toc levels="6"]]
----
diff --git a/CapstoneLV2bProjectReport.mdwn b/CapstoneLV2bProjectReport.mdwn
index 2646e8f..b52e2a4 100644
--- a/CapstoneLV2bProjectReport.mdwn
+++ b/CapstoneLV2bProjectReport.mdwn
@@ -13,7 +13,7 @@ _Capstone Team Members:_
(16-June-2006)
-**Table of Contents** [[toc levels="3"]]
+**Table of Contents** [[!toc levels="3"]]
**2006 Capstone Project Final Report**
@@ -42,15 +42,15 @@ These engineering notebooks should cover the three major areas of design: the Sw
## Communications Bus
-[[inline pages="CapstoneLV2bProjectReport/USBvsCAN" raw="yes"]]
+[[!inline pages="CapstoneLV2bProjectReport/USBvsCAN" raw="yes"]]
## Microcontroller
-[[inline pages="CapstoneLV2bProjectReport/Microcontroller" raw="yes"]]
+[[!inline pages="CapstoneLV2bProjectReport/Microcontroller" raw="yes"]]
## RTOS
-[[inline pages="CapstoneLV2bProjectReport/RTOS" raw="yes"]]
+[[!inline pages="CapstoneLV2bProjectReport/RTOS" raw="yes"]]
## System Block Diagram
@@ -58,57 +58,57 @@ Here is the new avionics system design:
[[lv2_avionics_diagram_2006-06-01_sized.png]]
-[[inline pages="CapstoneLV2bProjectReport/SystemBlockDiagram" raw="yes"]]
+[[!inline pages="CapstoneLV2bProjectReport/SystemBlockDiagram" raw="yes"]]
### Switching Power Supply (SPS) Block Diagram
-[[inline pages="CapstoneLV2bProjectReport/SystemBlockDiagram/SPS" raw="yes"]]
+[[!inline pages="CapstoneLV2bProjectReport/SystemBlockDiagram/SPS" raw="yes"]]
### ARM and Glue Circuitry Block Diagram
-[[inline pages="CapstoneLV2bProjectReport/SystemBlockDiagram/Glue" raw="yes"]]
+[[!inline pages="CapstoneLV2bProjectReport/SystemBlockDiagram/Glue" raw="yes"]]
# Detailed Design
## Schematics
-[[inline pages="CapstoneLV2bProjectReport/DetailedDesign/Schematics" raw="yes"]]
+[[!inline pages="CapstoneLV2bProjectReport/DetailedDesign/Schematics" raw="yes"]]
## Board Layout
-[[inline pages="CapstoneLV2bProjectReport/DetailedDesign/BoardLayout" raw="yes"]]
+[[!inline pages="CapstoneLV2bProjectReport/DetailedDesign/BoardLayout" raw="yes"]]
# Component Specification
## SPS
-[[inline pages="CapstoneLV2bProjectReport/ComponentSpec/SPS" raw="yes"]]
+[[!inline pages="CapstoneLV2bProjectReport/ComponentSpec/SPS" raw="yes"]]
## ARM and Glue Circuitry
-[[inline pages="CapstoneLV2bProjectReport/ComponentSpec/Glue" raw="yes"]]
+[[!inline pages="CapstoneLV2bProjectReport/ComponentSpec/Glue" raw="yes"]]
# Software
-[[inline pages="CapstoneLV2bProjectReport/Software" raw="yes"]]
+[[!inline pages="CapstoneLV2bProjectReport/Software" raw="yes"]]
# Construction and Test Plan
## SPS
-[[inline pages="CapstoneLV2bProjectReport/ConstructionAndTest/SPS" raw="yes"]]
+[[!inline pages="CapstoneLV2bProjectReport/ConstructionAndTest/SPS" raw="yes"]]
## ARM and Glue Circuitry
-[[inline pages="CapstoneLV2bProjectReport/ConstructionAndTest/Glue" raw="yes"]]
+[[!inline pages="CapstoneLV2bProjectReport/ConstructionAndTest/Glue" raw="yes"]]
## Software
-[[inline pages="CapstoneLV2bProjectReport/ConstructionAndTest/Software" raw="yes"]]
+[[!inline pages="CapstoneLV2bProjectReport/ConstructionAndTest/Software" raw="yes"]]
## Final System Testing
-[[inline pages="CapstoneLV2bProjectReport/ConstructionAndTest/FinalTesting" raw="yes"]]
+[[!inline pages="CapstoneLV2bProjectReport/ConstructionAndTest/FinalTesting" raw="yes"]]
# References
diff --git a/CapstoneLV2bProjectReport/DetailedDesign/Schematics.mdwn b/CapstoneLV2bProjectReport/DetailedDesign/Schematics.mdwn
index 13dc0e1..6b0d375 100644
--- a/CapstoneLV2bProjectReport/DetailedDesign/Schematics.mdwn
+++ b/CapstoneLV2bProjectReport/DetailedDesign/Schematics.mdwn
@@ -2,7 +2,7 @@
The schematics used in the design of this project appear in two forms; one for the Spice circuit simulator, and another for the Eagle CAD PCB board layout tool. This section only shows the Eagle CAD schematic. The Spice schematic was used for verification of the SPS design, and can be found in that section.
-[[img CapstoneLV2bProjectReport/DetailedDesign/Schematics/gnl_schem.png size="750x645"]]
+[[!img CapstoneLV2bProjectReport/DetailedDesign/Schematics/gnl_schem.png size="750x645"]]
#### Naming convention
diff --git a/CapstoneLV2bProjectReport/Linked.mdwn b/CapstoneLV2bProjectReport/Linked.mdwn
index b453d12..d0251b3 100644
--- a/CapstoneLV2bProjectReport/Linked.mdwn
+++ b/CapstoneLV2bProjectReport/Linked.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[toc levels="6"]]
+[[!toc levels="6"]]
# 2006 Capstone Project Final Report
diff --git a/CombustionChamberAnalysisCriteria.mdwn b/CombustionChamberAnalysisCriteria.mdwn
index 5cd2d52..aee5e7a 100644
--- a/CombustionChamberAnalysisCriteria.mdwn
+++ b/CombustionChamberAnalysisCriteria.mdwn
@@ -123,17 +123,17 @@
<p>
</p>
<div>
- <center><strong>Figure 1.0 <br></strong> [[img CombustionChamberAnalysisCriteria/Figure1_0.jpg size="386x272"]]</center>
+ <center><strong>Figure 1.0 <br></strong> [[!img CombustionChamberAnalysisCriteria/Figure1_0.jpg size="386x272"]]</center>
</div>
<p>
</p>
<div>
- <center><strong>Figure 1.1 <br></strong> [[img CombustionChamberAnalysisCriteria/Figure1_1.jpg size="256x314"]]</center>
+ <center><strong>Figure 1.1 <br></strong> [[!img CombustionChamberAnalysisCriteria/Figure1_1.jpg size="256x314"]]</center>
</div>
<p>
</p>
<div>
- <center><strong>Figure 1.2 <br></strong> [[img CombustionChamberAnalysisCriteria/Figure1_2.jpg size="304x249"]]</center>
+ <center><strong>Figure 1.2 <br></strong> [[!img CombustionChamberAnalysisCriteria/Figure1_2.jpg size="304x249"]]</center>
</div>
<p> -- [[Main/BrianONeel]] - 09 Aug 2003 </p>
<p>
diff --git a/CommunicationsTeamHome.mdwn b/CommunicationsTeamHome.mdwn
index 1d10030..b658431 100644
--- a/CommunicationsTeamHome.mdwn
+++ b/CommunicationsTeamHome.mdwn
@@ -8,7 +8,7 @@ Amateur (radio + rocketry) = PSAS Communications Team! Welcome to the official p
**CURRENT STATUS 2007-09-03**: Our communications systems and version 3 linearly polarized 1.3, 1.5, and 2.4 GHz cylindrical patch antennas were a stunning success for the launch of LV2 on August 20th, 2005. But the [[loss_of_LV2|/news/2005-08-20]] due to a failed gun powder charge put us back several years since we're "refactoring" our airframe and avionics. But now it's time to ramp back up and rebuild our communications systems for LV2c.
<div>
- <center>[[You know, I&#39;m very concerned about our link budget...|CommunicationsTeamHome/hows_that_link_budget_tn.jpg]] [[img news/2003-09-21/cpas.jpg size="320x240" alt="Oh so pretty, but oh so far off in frequency."]] [[img news/2003-09-21/ag_steve_trackmaster.jpg size="240x320" alt="Steve demonstrates the Trackmaster 2000"]]</center>
+ <center>[[You know, I&#39;m very concerned about our link budget...|CommunicationsTeamHome/hows_that_link_budget_tn.jpg]] [[!img news/2003-09-21/cpas.jpg size="320x240" alt="Oh so pretty, but oh so far off in frequency."]] [[!img news/2003-09-21/ag_steve_trackmaster.jpg size="240x320" alt="Steve demonstrates the Trackmaster 2000"]]</center>
</div>
Above, ground control to tower [[WiFi]] antennas, circularly polarized patch antennas for the rocket, and high-gain directional antenna for ATV and ARRL 802.11b communications to the rocket in flight.
@@ -105,7 +105,7 @@ To add a new entry, please use the date of the entry (YYYY-MM-DD) and
then add a `\[[meta title="YYYY-MM-DD - Title here!"]]` line to give it
a title. Include a line like `\[[tag comm]]` to get it listed here.
-[[inline rootpage="news" pages="news/* and !news/*/* and link(tag/comm)" archive="yes" sort="title" reverse="yes" template="titlepage"]]
+[[!inline rootpage="news" pages="news/* and !news/*/* and link(tag/comm)" archive="yes" sort="title" reverse="yes" template="titlepage"]]
<table border=1 cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0>
<tr>
diff --git a/Contacts.mdwn b/Contacts.mdwn
index a6d9158..c3bff43 100644
--- a/Contacts.mdwn
+++ b/Contacts.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="Contact Information"]]
+[[!meta title="Contact Information"]]
## Email
@@ -33,7 +33,7 @@ Andrew Greenberg <andrew@psas.pdx.edu>
## Portland State University Faculty Advisors
-[[table header=no data="""
+[[!table header=no data="""
Computer Science|Bart Massey, PhD|<bart@cs.pdx.edu>
Electrical engineering|James McNames, PhD|<mcnames@ece.pdx.edu>
Mechnical Engineering|Mark Weislogel, PhD|<mmw@cecs.pdx.edu>
diff --git a/CpaDesignv3.mdwn b/CpaDesignv3.mdwn
index 1512051..3b4809f 100644
--- a/CpaDesignv3.mdwn
+++ b/CpaDesignv3.mdwn
@@ -7,7 +7,7 @@ Frequencies and Bandwidths
There's some confusion about the frequencies we're trying to design for. They are:
-[[table data="""
+[[!table data="""
Frequency | Bandwidth | Description
2.41200 GHz | 30 MHz | Channel 1 of the IEEE 802.11b specification
1.57542 GHz | 10 MHz | GPS L1
@@ -21,7 +21,7 @@ After the [[results of our v2b tests were very positive|news/2004-07-27]], we de
The layers are now:
-[[table data="""
+[[!table data="""
Layer|Material
1 (top) | 0.005&quot; thick FR4 PCB material with 1/2 Oz Copper (~ 0.0007&quot; thick), copper facing <em>down</em>
2 | ~ 0.005&quot; sprayed-on acrylic adhesive (3m # 77)
diff --git a/DascPaper2006.mdwn b/DascPaper2006.mdwn
index e82b52e..6f1d0db 100644
--- a/DascPaper2006.mdwn
+++ b/DascPaper2006.mdwn
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
# Digital Avionics Systems Conference 2006
-[[toc levels="6"]]
+[[!toc levels="6"]]
# Paper Overview
diff --git a/DataAnalysis.mdwn b/DataAnalysis.mdwn
index ae8755a..fd44c01 100644
--- a/DataAnalysis.mdwn
+++ b/DataAnalysis.mdwn
@@ -32,13 +32,13 @@ that if you want to use those tools for data analysis, you probably need
to preprocess the CSV file somehow first.
# Results
-[[img defaults size="200x200"]]
+[[!img defaults size="200x200"]]
We have some preliminary telemetry plots. Here's one containing the raw
measurements from the IMU (three gyros and four accelerometers), and
some estimates from the GPS (speed and altitude).
-[[img imu-gps.png alt="IMU and GPS plot"]]
+[[!img imu-gps.png alt="IMU and GPS plot"]]
We also recorded some very interesting measurements from the GPS
receiver. Each GPS satellite (identified by a "PRN", psuedo-random
@@ -48,17 +48,17 @@ over time, effectively using the Doppler effect. Here's a plot of all
measured relative velocities between the last power-on of the flight
computer and the end of the 2005 flight.
-[[img sat-vel.png alt="Relative satellite velocity, all data"]]
+[[!img sat-vel.png alt="Relative satellite velocity, all data"]]
Here's the interval where the receiver was confused, during the
satellite acquisition phase.
-[[img sat-vel-acq.png alt="Relative satellite velocity, initial acquisition"]]
+[[!img sat-vel-acq.png alt="Relative satellite velocity, initial acquisition"]]
And here's the really interesting part&mdash;all measured relative
velocities from just before the motor ignited until the end of the data.
-[[img sat-vel-flight.png alt="Relative satellite velocity, during flight"]]
+[[!img sat-vel-flight.png alt="Relative satellite velocity, during flight"]]
# Interpretation
@@ -75,7 +75,7 @@ sensor is computed this way:
value = (raw - bias) / gain
-[[table data="""
+[[!table data="""
sensor|bias|bias error|gain|gain error|units
X|2400.45|.02|392.80|5.8|G
Y|2462.06|.02|386.90|5.7|G
diff --git a/DebianCrossCompilerHowto.mdwn b/DebianCrossCompilerHowto.mdwn
index a370341..90c62d5 100644
--- a/DebianCrossCompilerHowto.mdwn
+++ b/DebianCrossCompilerHowto.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[toc levels="3"]]
+[[!toc levels="3"]]
# Debian Cross-Compiler HOWTO
diff --git a/EagleCadWorkshopNotes.mdwn b/EagleCadWorkshopNotes.mdwn
index bd6dcca..21ecb42 100644
--- a/EagleCadWorkshopNotes.mdwn
+++ b/EagleCadWorkshopNotes.mdwn
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
# Overview
-[[toc levels="6"]]
+[[!toc levels="6"]]
----
diff --git a/EarlyHybrid.mdwn b/EarlyHybrid.mdwn
index 37a5b10..d5c55f2 100644
--- a/EarlyHybrid.mdwn
+++ b/EarlyHybrid.mdwn
@@ -32,17 +32,17 @@ A LOX/HTPB hybrid can have the same performance equivalent as a LOX/Kerosene mot
<center><font size="+2">Components of Gaseous Oxygen Hybrid.</font></center>
<div>
- <center>[[img EarlyHybrid/hybrid6.jpg size="108x112"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img EarlyHybrid/hybrid6.jpg size="108x112"]]</center>
</div>
<font>Chamber wall compromised after approximately 45 seconds. Rest of system in good shape.</font>
<div>
- <center>[[img EarlyHybrid/hybrid3.jpg size="152x112"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img EarlyHybrid/hybrid3.jpg size="152x112"]]</center>
</div>
<font>Construction Facilities.</font>
<div>
- <center>[[img EarlyHybrid/hybrid5.jpg size="152x112"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img EarlyHybrid/hybrid5.jpg size="152x112"]]</center>
</div>
diff --git a/FCSoftwareRequirements.mdwn b/FCSoftwareRequirements.mdwn
index 59aed4f..e0f3350 100644
--- a/FCSoftwareRequirements.mdwn
+++ b/FCSoftwareRequirements.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[toc levels="6"]]
+[[!toc levels="6"]]
## Introduction
diff --git a/FCSoftwareTestPlan.mdwn b/FCSoftwareTestPlan.mdwn
index 008ceab..7a8a6a1 100644
--- a/FCSoftwareTestPlan.mdwn
+++ b/FCSoftwareTestPlan.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[toc levels="6"]]
+[[!toc levels="6"]]
## Introduction
diff --git a/GentooCrossCompilerHowto.mdwn b/GentooCrossCompilerHowto.mdwn
index 0b8b29c..d7423e8 100644
--- a/GentooCrossCompilerHowto.mdwn
+++ b/GentooCrossCompilerHowto.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[toc levels="3"]]
+[[!toc levels="3"]]
# Gentoo Cross-Compiler HOWTO
diff --git a/GlueDesignPage.mdwn b/GlueDesignPage.mdwn
index 5854d4f..3cd36c8 100644
--- a/GlueDesignPage.mdwn
+++ b/GlueDesignPage.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[toc levels="6"]]
+[[!toc levels="6"]]
----
diff --git a/GoxCombustionChamberV1.mdwn b/GoxCombustionChamberV1.mdwn
index 15d4c26..8abff02 100644
--- a/GoxCombustionChamberV1.mdwn
+++ b/GoxCombustionChamberV1.mdwn
@@ -5,7 +5,7 @@
Used December 2003 to ......
<div>
- <center>[[img CombustionChamber/combustionchamberlarge.jpg size="442x389" alt="combustionchambersmall.jpg"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img CombustionChamber/combustionchamberlarge.jpg size="442x389" alt="combustionchambersmall.jpg"]]</center>
</div>
The combustion chamber is made from 2.35" diameter 6061 T6 aluminum.
diff --git a/GroundTeamHome.mdwn b/GroundTeamHome.mdwn
index 7ec31a7..924f7ab 100644
--- a/GroundTeamHome.mdwn
+++ b/GroundTeamHome.mdwn
@@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
# <a name="Ground Systems Team Collaborativ"></a> Ground Systems Team Collaborative Webpage
<div>
- <center>[[img GroundTeamHome/th_double_tents.jpg size="320x240"]] [[img GroundTeamHome/rj_loading.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img GroundTeamHome/th_double_tents.jpg size="320x240"]] [[!img GroundTeamHome/rj_loading.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
</div>
## <a name="Overview"></a> Overview
diff --git a/History.mdwn b/History.mdwn
index dd45d17..4af1712 100644
--- a/History.mdwn
+++ b/History.mdwn
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
## <a name="History of the Portland State Ae"></a> History of the Portland State Aerospace Society
-<center> PSAS group picture, LV1b launch October 7, 2000 <p>[[img History/lv1bgroup.jpg size="151x123"]]<br><a href="/History/lv1bgroup.jpg">Download .jpg format (47.8 Kb)</a></p>
+<center> PSAS group picture, LV1b launch October 7, 2000 <p>[[!img History/lv1bgroup.jpg size="151x123"]]<br><a href="/History/lv1bgroup.jpg">Download .jpg format (47.8 Kb)</a></p>
</center>
----
@@ -9,4 +9,4 @@
To add a new entry, please use the date of the entry (YYYY-MM-DD) and then add a `\[[meta title="Title here!"]]` line to give it a title.
-[[inline rootpage="news" pages="news/* and !news/*/* and (link(tag/event) or link(tag/announcement) or link(tag/general))" archive="yes" sort="title" reverse="yes" template="titlepage"]]
+[[!inline rootpage="news" pages="news/* and !news/*/* and (link(tag/event) or link(tag/announcement) or link(tag/general))" archive="yes" sort="title" reverse="yes" template="titlepage"]]
diff --git a/HybridPlumbing.mdwn b/HybridPlumbing.mdwn
index 5cf73be..f0ecf7e 100644
--- a/HybridPlumbing.mdwn
+++ b/HybridPlumbing.mdwn
@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@
----
<div>
- <center>[[img HybridPlumbing/plumbinglarge.jpg size="581x385"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img HybridPlumbing/plumbinglarge.jpg size="581x385"]]</center>
</div>
**Overview**
@@ -33,7 +33,7 @@ The nitrogen will serve two functions. The first is to extinguish the motor from
Once the system has cooled. We can remove the forward nozzle-retaining flange and remove the spent fuel and nozzle and replace it with a new nozzle and fuel grain and refire.
<div>
- <center>[[img HybridPlumbing/plumbingv30.jpg size="640x467"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img HybridPlumbing/plumbingv30.jpg size="640x467"]]</center>
</div>
**Additional Information:**
diff --git a/LPC2148Software.mdwn b/LPC2148Software.mdwn
index 2abc64e..700a94c 100644
--- a/LPC2148Software.mdwn
+++ b/LPC2148Software.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[toc levels="2"]]
+[[!toc levels="2"]]
----
diff --git a/LPC2148Software/Links.mdwn b/LPC2148Software/Links.mdwn
index 163d7d9..3d1d66f 100644
--- a/LPC2148Software/Links.mdwn
+++ b/LPC2148Software/Links.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[toc levels="6"]]
+[[!toc levels="6"]]
----
diff --git a/LPC2148Software/USBStackChoices.mdwn b/LPC2148Software/USBStackChoices.mdwn
index 1ade072..aab1ff6 100644
--- a/LPC2148Software/USBStackChoices.mdwn
+++ b/LPC2148Software/USBStackChoices.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[toc levels="6"]]
+[[!toc levels="6"]]
# Background
diff --git a/LaunchControlModule.mdwn b/LaunchControlModule.mdwn
index f51262c..c08b656 100644
--- a/LaunchControlModule.mdwn
+++ b/LaunchControlModule.mdwn
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
# <a name="Launch Control Module"></a> Launch Control Module
-<center>[[LaunchControlModule/lcm.gif]] [[img news/1998-08-02/BlackRock98i1opt.jpg size="76x96"]] [[img news/1998-08-02/BlackRock98vopt.jpg size="96x73"]] [[img news/1998-08-02/BlackRock98wopt.jpg size="96x73"]] [[img news/1998-08-02/BlackRock98hopt.jpg size="96x73"]]</center>
+<center>[[LaunchControlModule/lcm.gif]] [[!img news/1998-08-02/BlackRock98i1opt.jpg size="76x96"]] [[!img news/1998-08-02/BlackRock98vopt.jpg size="96x73"]] [[!img news/1998-08-02/BlackRock98wopt.jpg size="96x73"]] [[!img news/1998-08-02/BlackRock98hopt.jpg size="96x73"]]</center>
The Launch Control Module (LCM) is a portable surplus radio and teletype rig formerly belonging to the United States Army.
diff --git a/LaunchTower.mdwn b/LaunchTower.mdwn
index 5483c4c..e7a690d 100644
--- a/LaunchTower.mdwn
+++ b/LaunchTower.mdwn
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
# <a name="Launch Tower"></a> Launch Tower
-<center>Launch tower in 20 ft configuration:<br>[[img LaunchTower/Tower2.jpg size="224x350"]]</center>
+<center>Launch tower in 20 ft configuration:<br>[[!img LaunchTower/Tower2.jpg size="224x350"]]</center>
<table>
<tr>
@@ -53,7 +53,7 @@
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td width="28%">[[img LaunchTower/Tower10.jpg size="96x64"]]</td>
+ <td width="28%">[[!img LaunchTower/Tower10.jpg size="96x64"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#ffff00"> Tower base with 4 (10 ft) outriggers </td>
</tr>
<tr>
@@ -63,7 +63,7 @@
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[img LaunchTower/Tower9.jpg size="96x64"]]</td>
+ <td>[[!img LaunchTower/Tower9.jpg size="96x64"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#ffff00"> View from operators platform at 30 ft. </td>
</tr>
<tr>
@@ -73,7 +73,7 @@
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[img LaunchTower/Tower4.jpg size="64x96"]]</td>
+ <td>[[!img LaunchTower/Tower4.jpg size="64x96"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#ffff00"> Full extension of 40 ft. </td>
</tr>
<tr>
@@ -83,7 +83,7 @@
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[img LaunchTower/Tower3.jpg size="72x96"]]</td>
+ <td>[[!img LaunchTower/Tower3.jpg size="72x96"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#ffff00"> Tower at 40 ft. Note that rail only goes to 20 feet for current launches. </td>
</tr>
<tr>
@@ -93,7 +93,7 @@
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[img LaunchTower/Tower5.jpg size="68x96"]]</td>
+ <td>[[!img LaunchTower/Tower5.jpg size="68x96"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#ffff00"> Another view of full extension </td>
</tr>
<tr>
@@ -103,7 +103,7 @@
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[img LaunchTower/Tower6.jpg size="68x96"]]</td>
+ <td>[[!img LaunchTower/Tower6.jpg size="68x96"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#ffff00"> Tower is equipped with C channel rail. </td>
</tr>
<tr>
@@ -113,7 +113,7 @@
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[img LaunchTower/Tower7.jpg size="64x96"]]</td>
+ <td>[[!img LaunchTower/Tower7.jpg size="64x96"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#ffff00"> Another view of rail. Rail is offset from tower to allow rocket fins to clear outriggers. </td>
</tr>
<tr>
@@ -123,7 +123,7 @@
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[img LaunchTower/Tower8.jpg size="64x96"]]</td>
+ <td>[[!img LaunchTower/Tower8.jpg size="64x96"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#ffff00"> Oh Yeah!!! </td>
</tr>
<tr>
@@ -133,7 +133,7 @@
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[img LaunchTower/Tower1.jpg size="68x96"]]</td>
+ <td>[[!img LaunchTower/Tower1.jpg size="68x96"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#ffff00"> Brian O&#39;Neel and Jim Ward ride the tower to 20 ft. </td>
</tr>
<tr>
@@ -143,7 +143,7 @@
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[img LaunchTower/Lt8.gif size="96x54"]]</td>
+ <td>[[!img LaunchTower/Lt8.gif size="96x54"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#ffff00"> Drawing of tower </td>
</tr>
<tr>
@@ -153,7 +153,7 @@
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[img LaunchTower/LTBrcketFull2.gif size="56x96"]]</td>
+ <td>[[!img LaunchTower/LTBrcketFull2.gif size="56x96"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#ffff00"> Drawing of rail bracket. </td>
</tr>
<tr>
@@ -163,7 +163,7 @@
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>[[img LaunchTower/scratch.jpg size="68x96"]]</td>
+ <td>[[!img LaunchTower/scratch.jpg size="68x96"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#ffff00"> Scratch drawing of rail dimensions </td>
</tr>
<tr>
diff --git a/LoadCellChar.mdwn b/LoadCellChar.mdwn
index a588ec5..de9d7ca 100644
--- a/LoadCellChar.mdwn
+++ b/LoadCellChar.mdwn
@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@
----
<div>
- <center>[[img LoadCellChar/LPU250graph1.jpg size="565x385"]]<p> Conversion equation (2004.07.20): Pounds Force = Volts * 93.577 - 44.81 +/- 0.5% </p>
+ <center>[[!img LoadCellChar/LPU250graph1.jpg size="565x385"]]<p> Conversion equation (2004.07.20): Pounds Force = Volts * 93.577 - 44.81 +/- 0.5% </p>
<p>
</p>
</center>
diff --git a/Lv2LaunchTowerElectronics.mdwn b/Lv2LaunchTowerElectronics.mdwn
index 3679801..f6e793d 100644
--- a/Lv2LaunchTowerElectronics.mdwn
+++ b/Lv2LaunchTowerElectronics.mdwn
@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@
**Overview:** The launch tower has a long-distance wireless Linux-based x86 computer to sequence the launch, which includes warning sirens, shore power for the rocket, and various safety interlocks.
<div>
- <center>[[img Lv2LaunchTowerElectronics/ag_lt_ltc.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img Lv2LaunchTowerElectronics/ag_lt_ltc.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
</div>
This includes:
diff --git a/MeetingNotesTemplate.mdwn b/MeetingNotesTemplate.mdwn
index db52e41..c7747e4 100644
--- a/MeetingNotesTemplate.mdwn
+++ b/MeetingNotesTemplate.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[toc levels="6"]]
+[[!toc levels="6"]]
Attendees:
diff --git a/MeteringOrificeBarrelTest.mdwn b/MeteringOrificeBarrelTest.mdwn
index 252b924..1b03a8b 100644
--- a/MeteringOrificeBarrelTest.mdwn
+++ b/MeteringOrificeBarrelTest.mdwn
@@ -5,7 +5,7 @@
### <a name="Test series #1 -- 0.055&quot; Orifice"></a> Test series #1 -- 0.055" Orifice (2005.01.18)
<div>
- <center>[[img MeteringOrificeBarrelTest/meteringtest011805a.jpg size="528x350"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img MeteringOrificeBarrelTest/meteringtest011805a.jpg size="528x350"]]</center>
</div>
For this test series we set the regulating valve to produce an orifice inlet pressure of 500psi. (We probably got closer to 300psi, see below.) The oxygen leaving the orifice was directed through a 25ft nominally 1/4" diameter hose and collected in a yellow plastic bag similar to a large garbage bag.
diff --git a/MillicanSite.mdwn b/MillicanSite.mdwn
index c3220b2..59701d1 100644
--- a/MillicanSite.mdwn
+++ b/MillicanSite.mdwn
@@ -8,7 +8,7 @@ GPS Coordinates:
- Lon: 121 deg 00' 57" W
- Alt: 4,208 ft MSL
-[[img MillicanSite/SbiteGPS.jpg size="152x112"]]
+[[!img MillicanSite/SbiteGPS.jpg size="152x112"]]
Directions:
@@ -17,28 +17,28 @@ Directions:
- Go South on US-97 to US-20 for 41.0 miles
- Go Southeast on US-20 approximately 22 miles
-[[img MillicanSite/AESSsite1.gif size="72x72"]]
+[[!img MillicanSite/AESSsite1.gif size="72x72"]]
- You are now about 4 miles away from Millican.
-[[img MillicanSite/AESSsite2.gif size="72x72"]]
+[[!img MillicanSite/AESSsite2.gif size="72x72"]]
- Look for gravel road on your right. There should be a sign that says "To China Hat Rd". Turn right onto this gravel rd. The actual name of this road is Ft. Rock Rd. (this sign may have been replaced with newer looking sign).
-[[img MillicanSite/AESSsite3.gif size="72x72"]]
-[[img MillicanSite/bSiteTurnoff.jpg size="152x112"]]
+[[!img MillicanSite/AESSsite3.gif size="72x72"]]
+[[!img MillicanSite/bSiteTurnoff.jpg size="152x112"]]
- Travel down Ft. Rock Rd.(road not marked) approximately 2.5 miles
- Take acute left turn onto gravel road, This road is Ford Rd. (road not marked)
- Travel down Ford Rd. 0,5 miles. There should be a small dirt road on your right (no name).
- Turn right on this road, you should now be able to see cars at the launch site on your left
-[[img MillicanSite/AESSsite4.gif size="72x72"]]
-[[img MillicanSite/PSASorbit.jpg size="84x62"]]
+[[!img MillicanSite/AESSsite4.gif size="72x72"]]
+[[!img MillicanSite/PSASorbit.jpg size="84x62"]]
- You are there!
-[[img MillicanSite/LS1a.jpg size="152x112"]]
+[[!img MillicanSite/LS1a.jpg size="152x112"]]
- If you travel down Ford Rd too far you will intersect Spencer Well Rd (a paved road): turn around, you've gone to far.
diff --git a/MiscellaneousPictures.mdwn b/MiscellaneousPictures.mdwn
index bd6ba28..6b8317e 100644
--- a/MiscellaneousPictures.mdwn
+++ b/MiscellaneousPictures.mdwn
@@ -1,3 +1,3 @@
- [Prototype motor components roughed out (Aug 2003)](/PropulsionTeamHome/roughcomponents.jpg)
- [Prototype motor components further roughed out (Aug 2003)](/MiscellaneousPictures/Figure1_2.jpg)
-- [[img MiscellaneousPictures/081703e.jpg size="634x404" alt="Prototype motor components partially assembled(Aug 2003)"]]
+- [[!img MiscellaneousPictures/081703e.jpg size="634x404" alt="Prototype motor components partially assembled(Aug 2003)"]]
diff --git a/NodeMicrocontrollerHardware.mdwn b/NodeMicrocontrollerHardware.mdwn
index 64b62af..43a7601 100644
--- a/NodeMicrocontrollerHardware.mdwn
+++ b/NodeMicrocontrollerHardware.mdwn
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
**Evaluation boards and related hardware**
-[[toc levels="6"]]
+[[!toc levels="6"]]
----
diff --git a/NodeMicrocontrollerSearch.mdwn b/NodeMicrocontrollerSearch.mdwn
index 2417b23..bdc0d0a 100644
--- a/NodeMicrocontrollerSearch.mdwn
+++ b/NodeMicrocontrollerSearch.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[toc levels="6"]]
+[[!toc levels="6"]]
# Avionics Node Microcontroller Reqirements
diff --git a/NodeMicrocontrollerSearch/AtmelDiscussion.mdwn b/NodeMicrocontrollerSearch/AtmelDiscussion.mdwn
index 7cbb9c0..14e3128 100644
--- a/NodeMicrocontrollerSearch/AtmelDiscussion.mdwn
+++ b/NodeMicrocontrollerSearch/AtmelDiscussion.mdwn
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
# Things to Look for
-[[inline pages="NodeMicrocontrollerSearch/ImportantFeatures" raw="yes"]]
+[[!inline pages="NodeMicrocontrollerSearch/ImportantFeatures" raw="yes"]]
# Datasheets
diff --git a/NodeMicrocontrollerSearch/PhilipsDiscussion.mdwn b/NodeMicrocontrollerSearch/PhilipsDiscussion.mdwn
index 0ad7483..14e9ac2 100644
--- a/NodeMicrocontrollerSearch/PhilipsDiscussion.mdwn
+++ b/NodeMicrocontrollerSearch/PhilipsDiscussion.mdwn
@@ -2,7 +2,7 @@
# Things to Look for
-[[inline pages="NodeMicrocontrollerSearch/ImportantFeatures" raw="yes"]]
+[[!inline pages="NodeMicrocontrollerSearch/ImportantFeatures" raw="yes"]]
## Fast flash
diff --git a/NodeMicrocontrollerSearch/STMDiscussion.mdwn b/NodeMicrocontrollerSearch/STMDiscussion.mdwn
index bce6e0b..6f1aff3 100644
--- a/NodeMicrocontrollerSearch/STMDiscussion.mdwn
+++ b/NodeMicrocontrollerSearch/STMDiscussion.mdwn
@@ -4,7 +4,7 @@ Andrew says, "Do a giant 'bullshit alert' on the microcontrollers." Scan the dat
# Things to Look for
-[[inline pages="NodeMicrocontrollerSearch/ImportantFeatures" raw="yes"]]
+[[!inline pages="NodeMicrocontrollerSearch/ImportantFeatures" raw="yes"]]
# Main Issues
diff --git a/PSASMovieListings.mdwn b/PSASMovieListings.mdwn
index 4e90647..7ba8c2f 100644
--- a/PSASMovieListings.mdwn
+++ b/PSASMovieListings.mdwn
@@ -1,3 +1,3 @@
This is a listing of all the movies available on our site as of the date at the bottom of the page.
-[[inline pages="*.mpg or *.mov or *.avi" archive="yes" template="titlepage" sort="title"]] \ No newline at end of file
+[[!inline pages="*.mpg or *.mov or *.avi" archive="yes" template="titlepage" sort="title"]] \ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/ParaffinSpinCasting.mdwn b/ParaffinSpinCasting.mdwn
index 5781c02..5654fc6 100644
--- a/ParaffinSpinCasting.mdwn
+++ b/ParaffinSpinCasting.mdwn
@@ -7,7 +7,7 @@ The new technique uses the lathe to spin the grain, while molten paraffin is int
----
<div>
- <center>[[img ParaffinSpinCasting/gen1spincaster.jpg size="581x234"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img ParaffinSpinCasting/gen1spincaster.jpg size="581x234"]]</center>
</div>
<table border=1 cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0>
diff --git a/ProjectLV2CameraPrism.mdwn b/ProjectLV2CameraPrism.mdwn
index 2b61074..270479a 100644
--- a/ProjectLV2CameraPrism.mdwn
+++ b/ProjectLV2CameraPrism.mdwn
@@ -3,5 +3,5 @@
Here is a picture of the old and new camera prisms for LV2.1. Both have obscured views.
<div>
- <center>[[img ProjectLV2CameraPrism/prismcomp.jpg size="194x232"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img ProjectLV2CameraPrism/prismcomp.jpg size="194x232"]]</center>
</div>
diff --git a/PsasNetwork.mdwn b/PsasNetwork.mdwn
index ddfa645..0200c76 100644
--- a/PsasNetwork.mdwn
+++ b/PsasNetwork.mdwn
@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@
**_Overview:_** we've got a mix of wireless and wired interfaces to the rocket, launch tower, and development stations. Since we don't (yet!) have internet access out in the middle of the Black Rock Desert or even the middle of Bend, we tote along a mirror of our server (the "PSAS Field Server") so we have access to both our TWiki info and Linux tools (via a Debian archive).
<div>
- <center>[[img PsasNetwork/psas_network_2004-07-17.png size="320x254"]]<br><font size="-1"> <em>Network architecture: click for a larger image</em> </font><br>
+ <center>[[!img PsasNetwork/psas_network_2004-07-17.png size="320x254"]]<br><font size="-1"> <em>Network architecture: click for a larger image</em> </font><br>
</center>
</div>
diff --git a/PsuStudentClub.mdwn b/PsuStudentClub.mdwn
index 041270f..e22b8ce 100644
--- a/PsuStudentClub.mdwn
+++ b/PsuStudentClub.mdwn
@@ -18,7 +18,7 @@ We host one introductory meeting and one Dead Week Movie Night per term (unless
## Current Officers
-[[table data="""
+[[!table data="""
Name |Position |Studies at PSU
[[MariaWebster]] |President |EE/Physics Undergraduate
John Gibson |Vice President |EE Undergraduate
diff --git a/Q2IgniterEvaluation.mdwn b/Q2IgniterEvaluation.mdwn
index fdd5161..37f491a 100644
--- a/Q2IgniterEvaluation.mdwn
+++ b/Q2IgniterEvaluation.mdwn
@@ -2,7 +2,7 @@
_Portland State Aerospace Society &lt;www.psas.pdx.edu&gt;_
-[[toc levels="6"]]
+[[!toc levels="6"]]
----
diff --git a/RegSensor1.mdwn b/RegSensor1.mdwn
index c9a6aae..996b50e 100644
--- a/RegSensor1.mdwn
+++ b/RegSensor1.mdwn
@@ -2,4 +2,4 @@
----
-[[img HybridRegressionRate/regressionsensor.jpg size="206x240" alt="regressionsensorsmall.jpg"]]
+[[!img HybridRegressionRate/regressionsensor.jpg size="206x240" alt="regressionsensorsmall.jpg"]]
diff --git a/ResourcesLinks.mdwn b/ResourcesLinks.mdwn
index f995fc1..a045b65 100644
--- a/ResourcesLinks.mdwn
+++ b/ResourcesLinks.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[toc levels="6"]]
+[[!toc levels="6"]]
# Amateur Rocketry Links
diff --git a/RocketNames.mdwn b/RocketNames.mdwn
index 595d148..e68e5f5 100644
--- a/RocketNames.mdwn
+++ b/RocketNames.mdwn
@@ -65,7 +65,7 @@ Sometimes a more elaborate scheme might be called for. Something like this:
This decodes as follows
-[[table data="""
+[[!table data="""
Field | Type | Length | Meaning | Notes
[PPPP](#ComponentProjectCodes) | alphanum | 1 - 4 | Project Code | omit unless ambiguous
[LL](#ComponentLaunchNumber) | alpha | 0 - 2 | Launch Series | use only if PPPP present
diff --git a/RotaryReturn.mdwn b/RotaryReturn.mdwn
index 409abdd..7c5b480 100644
--- a/RotaryReturn.mdwn
+++ b/RotaryReturn.mdwn
@@ -9,9 +9,9 @@ The system still needs to be tested with the control electronics and in full 100
The following pictures illustrate the new changes:
<div>
- <center>[[img RotaryReturn/rotaryreturn1.jpg size="513x284"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img RotaryReturn/rotaryreturn1.jpg size="513x284"]]</center>
</div>
<div>
- <center>[[img RotaryReturn/rotaryreturn2.jpg size="531x329"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img RotaryReturn/rotaryreturn2.jpg size="531x329"]]</center>
</div>
diff --git a/SensorComparison.mdwn b/SensorComparison.mdwn
index 54d9d9d..0b48a53 100644
--- a/SensorComparison.mdwn
+++ b/SensorComparison.mdwn
@@ -2,7 +2,7 @@
See Also our [[Magnetometer|MagnetometerLv2]] Page or the [[Inertial Measurement Unit|InertialMeasurementUnit]] page
-[[toc levels="6"]]
+[[!toc levels="6"]]
<a name="DefInterval"></a>
Note, some of the table entries below use interval notation (min,typ,Max)
@@ -21,7 +21,7 @@ Non-interval values are typical.
See also the [[Accelerometer sources page|SolidStateAccels]]
-[[table format=dsv file="SensorData/accelerometer_comparison.dsv"]]
+[[!table format=dsv file="SensorData/accelerometer_comparison.dsv"]]
Notes for the accelerometer table
@@ -48,13 +48,13 @@ At least the ADXL278 series and the ADXL78 series have part codes that don't inc
### Rate Gyros
-[[table format=dsv file="SensorData/gyro_comparison.dsv"]]
+[[!table format=dsv file="SensorData/gyro_comparison.dsv"]]
### Magnetic Sensors
### Pressure Sensors
-[[table format=dsv file="SensorData/pressure_comparison.dsv"]]
+[[!table format=dsv file="SensorData/pressure_comparison.dsv"]]
----
diff --git a/SoftwareTeamHome.mdwn b/SoftwareTeamHome.mdwn
index b0af563..9e00420 100644
--- a/SoftwareTeamHome.mdwn
+++ b/SoftwareTeamHome.mdwn
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
This page is for the LV2c software development project, which overlaps with the [[AvionicsTeamHome]]. You may be interested in the old [[LV2SoftwareTeamHome]] or [[GroundTeamHome]]. Discussion occurs on our mailing list; see <http://lists.psas.pdx.edu/mailman/listinfo/psas-software>.
-[[toc levels="6"]]
+[[!toc levels="6"]]
# Projects
diff --git a/StaticTestStand.mdwn b/StaticTestStand.mdwn
index 197d7e0..358b4d7 100644
--- a/StaticTestStand.mdwn
+++ b/StaticTestStand.mdwn
@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@
----
<div>
- <center>[[img StaticTestStand/teststand2.jpg size="565x257"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img StaticTestStand/teststand2.jpg size="565x257"]]</center>
</div>
The static test stand above was built for the initial static test firings. It was made primarily of thin walled aluminum tube. It was secured to the ground at the test fire sight with 3ft steel rebar stakes.
diff --git a/TheoryOfOperation.mdwn b/TheoryOfOperation.mdwn
index 6c9bcfe..40d3323 100644
--- a/TheoryOfOperation.mdwn
+++ b/TheoryOfOperation.mdwn
@@ -2,7 +2,7 @@
----
-<div align="center">[[img HybridPlumbing/plumbingv22.jpg size="500x500"]]</div>
+<div align="center">[[!img HybridPlumbing/plumbingv22.jpg size="500x500"]]</div>
**Theory of Operation:**
diff --git a/UncertaintyTeamHome.mdwn b/UncertaintyTeamHome.mdwn
index 4583475..c5294c9 100644
--- a/UncertaintyTeamHome.mdwn
+++ b/UncertaintyTeamHome.mdwn
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
<table>
<tr>
- <td>[[[[img TridentSpin/trident-2-dnsc8906614.jpg size="250x192" alt="Uncertainty Team Logo" link=no]]|TridentSpin]]</td>
+ <td>[[[[!img TridentSpin/trident-2-dnsc8906614.jpg size="250x192" alt="Uncertainty Team Logo" link=no]]|TridentSpin]]</td>
<td>
<h1><a name="Welcome to the Uncertainty Team"></a> Welcome to the Uncertainty Team </h1>
</td>
diff --git a/WhitePaperLv2IMU.mdwn b/WhitePaperLv2IMU.mdwn
index 9839e13..f1c0a21 100644
--- a/WhitePaperLv2IMU.mdwn
+++ b/WhitePaperLv2IMU.mdwn
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
# LV2 IMU (analog section) Design Paper
-[[toc levels="6"]]
+[[!toc levels="6"]]
## Abstract and Scope of Work
diff --git a/avionics/pressure_sensors.mdwn b/avionics/pressure_sensors.mdwn
index 4a74751..1b71c13 100644
--- a/avionics/pressure_sensors.mdwn
+++ b/avionics/pressure_sensors.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="Pressure Sensors"]]
+[[!meta title="Pressure Sensors"]]
We want to use a pressure sensor as a barometric altimeter in our avionics system. It takes the local pressure
inside the rocket (or, through a special skin port if we ever manage to build one of those) and converts it
@@ -12,11 +12,11 @@ Range Needed
We used Holly's pressure vs. altitude simulation code (part of the larger [event-driven simulator code](http://svcs.cs.pdx.edu/cgi-bin/gitweb.cgi?p=psas/event-driven-fc.git)) to calculate pressure as a function of altitude. Here's our [[theoretical pressure vs altitude data set|p_vs_alt.csv]] and a nice graph (generated with [[this|p_vs_alt.gnuplot]] gnuplot script):
-[[img p_vs_alt.png size="200x200" alt="Theoretical pressure vs altitude graph"]]
+[[!img p_vs_alt.png size="200x200" alt="Theoretical pressure vs altitude graph"]]
A few points of interest:
-[[table data="""
+[[!table data="""
Altititude | pressure (mbar) | pressure (kPa)
Sea Level | 1013 (1 bar!) | 100
24,000 ft (last launch of LV2) | 395 | 39.5
@@ -43,7 +43,7 @@ Pressure Sensors We Found
* __TO ADD:__ http://www.bosch-sensortec.com/content/language1/html/3477.htm
-[[table data="""
+[[!table data="""
Mfr | Model| pressure range(mbar)| pressure range (kPa)| Price | Vendor
Motorola | MPX7100A | 0 -1000 | 0 - 100 | ? | ?
Intersema | MS5534B | 10 - 1100 | 1 - 110 | ? | Servoflo
diff --git a/helponformatting.mdwn b/helponformatting.mdwn
index 618ef0b..57bddf3 100644
--- a/helponformatting.mdwn
+++ b/helponformatting.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="Help on formatting wiki pages"]]
+[[!meta title="Help on formatting wiki pages"]]
Text on this wiki is, by default, written in a form very close to how you
might write text for an email message. This style of text formatting is
@@ -108,34 +108,34 @@ To link to another page with text, use `\[[see_the_schedule_page|schedule]]` bec
Also, you can look into:
-[[if test="enabled(smiley) and smileys" then="""
+[[!if test="enabled(smiley) and smileys" then="""
* Insert [[smileys]] and some other useful symbols. :-)
"""]]
-[[if test="enabled(shortcut) and shortcuts" then="""
+[[!if test="enabled(shortcut) and shortcuts" then="""
* Use [[shortcuts]] to make it easy to link to common urls.
"""]]
-[[if test="enabled(toc)" then="""
+[[!if test="enabled(toc)" then="""
* Add a table of contents to a page:
\[[toc ]]
"""]]
-[[if test="enabled(meta)" then="""
+[[!if test="enabled(meta)" then="""
* Change the title of a page by using:
\[[meta title="full page title"]]
"""]]
-[[if test="enabled(inline) and blog" then="""
+[[!if test="enabled(inline) and blog" then="""
* Create a [[blog]] by inlining a set of pages:
\[[inline pages="blog/*"]]
"""]]
-[[if test="enabled(template) and templates" then="""
+[[!if test="enabled(template) and templates" then="""
* Create and fill out [[templates]] for repeated chunks of
parameterized wiki text.
"""]]
@@ -154,7 +154,7 @@ Finally, there are tables through an ikiwiki plugin:
becomes
-[[table data="""
+[[!table data="""
Customer|Amount
Fulanito|134,34
Menganito|234,56
diff --git a/index.mdwn b/index.mdwn
index 152cbae..492deb8 100644
--- a/index.mdwn
+++ b/index.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="Portland State Aerospace Society"]]
+[[!meta title="Portland State Aerospace Society"]]
[[August 20, 2005 launch of LV2|fred_lv2_launch_DSC_5343_cropped_small.JPG]]
Who we are
@@ -13,12 +13,12 @@ Many of our subgroups hold regular meetings, normally concurrent with PSAS gener
Announcements
=============
-[[inline pages="news/* and !news/*/* and link(tag/announcement)" show="2" archive="yes" sort="title" reverse="yes" template="titlepage"]]
+[[!inline pages="news/* and !news/*/* and link(tag/announcement)" show="2" archive="yes" sort="title" reverse="yes" template="titlepage"]]
Latest meeting notes:
=============
-[[inline pages="news/* and !news/*/*" show="4" archive="yes" sort="title" reverse="yes" template="titlepage"]]
+[[!inline pages="news/* and !news/*/*" show="4" archive="yes" sort="title" reverse="yes" template="titlepage"]]
More: [[History]], [[Schedule]], [[CurrentStatus]]
@@ -41,10 +41,10 @@ Affiliations and Sponsors
=========================
PSAS is the [PSU](http://www.pdx.edu/) student branch chapter of the [IEEE](http://www.ieee.org/)'s [AESS](http://ewh.ieee.org/soc/aes/):
-[[table header=no data="""
+[[!table header=no data="""
[![Portland State University](/index/psu_logo.jpg)](http://www.pdx.edu)|[![IEEE](/index/ieee_logo.gif)](http://www.ieee.org)||[![Aerospace and Electronics Systems Society of the IEEE](/index/aess_logo_color_small.png)](http://ieee-aess.org)
"""]]
A huge thank you to our [[Sponsors]]:
-[[table header=no data="""
+[[!table header=no data="""
[![NASA](/index/nasa_logo.jpg)](http://spacegrant.oregonstate.edu/)|[![AntennaSys Inc.](/index/antennasys_logo.png)](http://www.antennasys.com)|[![IBM, Inc.](/index/blueibm.gif)](http://www.ibm.com)|[![Powerstream Inc.](/index/powerstream_logo_sm.gif)](http://www.powerstream.com)
"""]]
diff --git a/maps.mdwn b/maps.mdwn
index 55bf2c4..e2475be 100644
--- a/maps.mdwn
+++ b/maps.mdwn
@@ -24,16 +24,16 @@
<table border=1 cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0 height=120 width=400>
<tr>
<td height=75 width="25%">
- <p>[[img maps/Brothers1.GIF size="96x62"]]</p>
+ <p>[[!img maps/Brothers1.GIF size="96x62"]]</p>
</td>
<td height=75 width="25%">
- <p>[[img maps/Brothers2.jpg size="96x57"]]</p>
+ <p>[[!img maps/Brothers2.jpg size="96x57"]]</p>
</td>
<td height=75 width="25%">
- <p>[[img maps/Brothers3.jpg size="64x62"]]</p>
+ <p>[[!img maps/Brothers3.jpg size="64x62"]]</p>
</td>
<td height=75 width="25%">
- <p>[[img maps/Brothersorbit.jpg size="48x62"]]</p>
+ <p>[[!img maps/Brothersorbit.jpg size="48x62"]]</p>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
@@ -65,16 +65,16 @@ Take Hwy 20 out of Bend towards Burns.<br /> When you are @ 25 miles out you sho
<table border=1 cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0 height=120 width=400>
<tr>
<td height=94 width="33%">
- <p>[[img maps/Sheridanmap1.gif size="96x71"]]</p>
+ <p>[[!img maps/Sheridanmap1.gif size="96x71"]]</p>
</td>
<td height=94 width="33%">
- <p>[[img maps/Sheridanmap2.gif size="96x62"]]</p>
+ <p>[[!img maps/Sheridanmap2.gif size="96x62"]]</p>
</td>
<td height=94 width="17%">
- <p>[[img maps/Sheridanmap3.gif size="96x62"]]</p>
+ <p>[[!img maps/Sheridanmap3.gif size="96x62"]]</p>
</td>
<td height=94 width="25%">
- <p>[[img maps/Sheridanorbit.JPG size="84x62"]]</p>
+ <p>[[!img maps/Sheridanorbit.JPG size="84x62"]]</p>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
@@ -106,13 +106,13 @@ From Portland take I-5 south to 99W. Head west on 99. It will turn into Hwy18 at
<table border=1 cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0 width=356>
<tr>
<td width="33%">
- <p>[[img maps/Monroemap1.gif size="96x72"]]</p>
+ <p>[[!img maps/Monroemap1.gif size="96x72"]]</p>
</td>
<td width="33%">
- <p>[[img maps/Monroemap2.gif size="96x62"]]</p>
+ <p>[[!img maps/Monroemap2.gif size="96x62"]]</p>
</td>
<td width="34%">
- <p>[[img maps/Monroemap3.gif size="96x62"]]</p>
+ <p>[[!img maps/Monroemap3.gif size="96x62"]]</p>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
diff --git a/news/1998-05-24.mdwn b/news/1998-05-24.mdwn
index b0343b3..c03f3ac 100644
--- a/news/1998-05-24.mdwn
+++ b/news/1998-05-24.mdwn
@@ -1,18 +1,18 @@
-[[meta title="1998-05-24 - Launch scrubbed of LV0 in Bend, OR"]]
+[[!meta title="1998-05-24 - Launch scrubbed of LV0 in Bend, OR"]]
**Photo Gallery :**
<table border=2 cellpadding=0 cellspacing=2 width=450>
<tr>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="37%">[[img news/1998-05-24/Bend1j.jpg size="150x95"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="37%">[[!img news/1998-05-24/Bend1j.jpg size="150x95"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="63%"> The Tripoli Bend launch site, It&#39;s not normally supposed to rain here.</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="37%">[[img news/1998-05-24/Bend2j.jpg size="150x102"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="37%">[[!img news/1998-05-24/Bend2j.jpg size="150x102"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="63%"> Another shoot, this is where the July launch will probably occur</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="37%">[[img news/1998-05-24/Bend3j.jpg size="150x99"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="37%">[[!img news/1998-05-24/Bend3j.jpg size="150x99"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="63%"> Andrew and Brian with improvised payload in parking lot of Denny&#39;s</td>
</tr>
</table>
@@ -33,4 +33,4 @@ It was a good exercise in patience and we did get to check out the launch site.
Check back for details on the 2nd launch attempt at Monroe.
-[[tag event]]
+[[!tag event]]
diff --git a/news/1998-06-07.mdwn b/news/1998-06-07.mdwn
index b7ea057..2bd3986 100644
--- a/news/1998-06-07.mdwn
+++ b/news/1998-06-07.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="1998-06-07 - Successful launch of LV0 in Monroe, WA"]]
+[[!meta title="1998-06-07 - Successful launch of LV0 in Monroe, WA"]]
**<u>Movies</u>**
@@ -54,4 +54,4 @@
Sunday June 7, 1998. Four Members of AESS, Andrew, Bjorn, Brian, and Glenn drove to Monroe, WA to launch the clubs first rocket and payload package.<br /> The four-hour trip from Portland, OR was a breeze. Our time was occupied by talk of rockets, sub atomic particles, radio antennas, and true sine wave inverters. The trip was cloudless and sunny much more favorable for a launch than the attempt two weeks earlier at Bend, OR.<br /> Upon arrival we still had our work cut out for us. Due to a last minute design change of a dual recovery system we were short one parachute. A special thanks to Tomm for letting us borrow his 4ft Dai. chute. It didn't take long to set up the downlink for the video and data in the back of Andrew's Subaru. Within no time we were watching live pictures on a B&amp;W t.v. as Glenn walked around with the payload section containing the camera.<br /> One thing we learned from the launch was to come more prepared. Even after all the hours of work we put into the project there were still a dozen things we did not have. Fortunately Dave Davis, the Perfect for WA and general high power rocket guru had almost everything we were short. He was indispensable. He loaned us the 38mm rocket motor hardware and Stu B. oversaw the motor assembly. Those rocket guys sure are friendly.<br /> Once the motor, recovery system, and payload were in place and functioning the rocket was moved out to the launch pad. Since this flight was also to get a level 2 certification through Tripoli ( National High Power Rocket Organization) we had to have the rocket inspected by a range safety officer and fill out a flight card describing the rocket.<br /> Bjorn was on ground camera. Andrew and others took up positions at either end of the field to speed recovery, Glenn monitored at the downlink, and I looked for a large person to hide behind.<br /> A five-second countdown was given and the rocket roared to life. All 350 screaming Newtons. The rocket lifted from the pad, made it about 10 feet up, and started corkscrewing. My initial reaction was to brace myself to see many hours of work disintegrate in mid air under a high g load. Fortunately rapid disassembly did not occur and the rocket continued skyward to almost 2,000ft and successfully deployed both recovery systems.<br /> The rocket was recovered by Andrew a few hundred feet from the launch pad and he could be seen at the downlink waving into the nose camera!<br /> Overall the flight was successful. There were a few things that went wrong. The flight could have been more stable. I believe the instability was do to using a modified kit rocket. The fins should have been scaled up somewhat to allow more control surface. They were too small for the low airspeed we had. The low airspeed was due to a very heavy 12.2 lb vehicle. Another problem was our acceleration data from the PIC microcontroller sent down over the audio channel was not frequency shifted at all. Upon later inspection we found a two wires that had become shorted together. These problems will be fixed for the next flight<br /> The video feed worked great, with the exception of a couple of frames of snow, the entire flight was captured at the ground station. The launch site, surrounding countryside, and approaching thunderstorm could all be seen clearly. My apologies to those of you who can only see the QuickTime movies, the actual footage is much clearer.<br /> The peak altitude is in question. The simulation placed it at 2,100 feet for a 12.2 lb rocket. The barometric altimeter read 999 feet. The real altitude is somewhere in-between. Due to the instability of the flight and the generosity of the simulator I would speculate the true altitude was between 1,500 and 1,800 feet.<br /> Once the rocket was recovered we scrambled to get every thing packed up. Although it was close to 80 degrees we could see lightning a few miles away and it was beginning to rain. We got our gear together, said our good-byes, and exchanged email addresses with a few people and hit the road.<br /> The trip back was almost as quick. We ran over the flight a few times and critiqued it and made a list of things we need to do for the next launch to make it go smoother. Outside of Seattle we stopped for gas and cokes and decided to be cheesy. We tied the rocket to the top of the car with bungie chords to show off. The rocket geeks equivalent of tieing a deer to the hood. It was a great time and we are looking forward to the launch of LV-1.<br />
-[[tag event]]
+[[!tag event]]
diff --git a/news/1998-07-18.mdwn b/news/1998-07-18.mdwn
index fa5d636..6dd2d40 100644
--- a/news/1998-07-18.mdwn
+++ b/news/1998-07-18.mdwn
@@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
-[[meta title="1998-07-18 - OMSI Space Days"]]
+[[!meta title="1998-07-18 - OMSI Space Days"]]
**[[news/1998-07-18/Omsi2a.jpg]]**
** ** This weekend [OMSI](http://www.omsi.edu/) (Oregon Museum of Science and Industry) held their annual 'Space Days' to promote space and space related activities.<br /> Portland State University AESS attended the event and had on display our current project (LV-1) and our earlier project (LV-0). Complete with launch vehicles and payload.[[news/1998-07-18/Omsi3a.jpg]]<br /> We set up in the main auditorium of OMSI along with several other local space and rocketry organizations. Those who attended the function were : The Oregon chapter of the [National Space Society](http://www.nss.org/), [Oregon Rocketry](http://www.oregonrocketry.com/) (Tripoli and NAR organizations), SASRA (Salem Area Space &amp; Rocketry Association), [NASA Ames Research Center](http://www.arc.nasa.gov/), and the OMSI Space Flight Academy. There was a very good turn out and we spent the day answering questions from parents and children on space and our project.<br /> Among the organizations there were some pretty impressive displays. The [local L5 chapter of the National Space Society](http://www.teleport.com/~rfrederi/L5/) had a working remote controlled Mars rover which could be maneuvered over a simulated Martian terrain while viewing it through a small monitor. They also had a lot of very cool information on their Moon and Mars lava tube imaging work. Oregon Rocketry had a very nice display of High Powered Rockets ranging from 3inches high to around 10 feet. They also had a full compliment of solid and hybrid rocket motors on display and had video running of local and national High Power launches. If your in the local area and are interested in going to a launch contact them ([OregonRocketry.com](http://www.oregonrocketry.com/)). The Salem Area Space &amp; Rocketry Association had a large display of rockets and related equipment including an experimental photo reconisance rocket. Also on hand was a representative from the NASA Ames research facility with a display of past, current, and future projects. OMSI also had several shuttle flight simulators set up in the auditorium that were never vacant of future pilots.**<br />** All in all it has been a good weekend and I believe informative for the general public as to what is happening in the local space scene and how to get involved.<br />
-[[tag event]]
+[[!tag event]]
diff --git a/news/1998-08-02.mdwn b/news/1998-08-02.mdwn
index 054e265..1f856d7 100644
--- a/news/1998-08-02.mdwn
+++ b/news/1998-08-02.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="1998-08-02 - Group trip to the Black Rock Desert in Nevada"]]
+[[!meta title="1998-08-02 - Group trip to the Black Rock Desert in Nevada"]]
**[[news/1998-08-02/BlackRock98group.jpg]]**
@@ -8,81 +8,81 @@
<table border=1 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=2 width=726>
<tr>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[img news/1998-08-02/BlackRock98nopt.jpg size="96x73"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[!img news/1998-08-02/BlackRock98nopt.jpg size="96x73"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"><b>The Black Rock &#39;98 group</b></td>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[img news/1998-08-02/BlackRock98b1opt.jpg size="76x96"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[!img news/1998-08-02/BlackRock98b1opt.jpg size="76x96"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"><b>Shaun posses with LV-1 in two stage configuration</b></td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[img news/1998-08-02/BlackRock98topt.jpg size="96x73"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[!img news/1998-08-02/BlackRock98topt.jpg size="96x73"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"><b> Kicking back at base camp</b></td>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[img news/1998-08-02/BlackRock98ropt.jpg size="96x73"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[!img news/1998-08-02/BlackRock98ropt.jpg size="96x73"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"><b>Look up in the sky. It&#39;s a bird, a plane, no it&#39;s a falling 16lb bowling ball !!</b></td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[img news/1998-08-02/BlackRock98h1opt.jpg size="96x73"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[!img news/1998-08-02/BlackRock98h1opt.jpg size="96x73"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"><b>Amy signs the traditional Black Rock bone</b></td>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[img news/1998-08-02/BlackRock98xopt.jpg size="96x73"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[!img news/1998-08-02/BlackRock98xopt.jpg size="96x73"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"><b>Andrew and J.P. discussing the finer points of the Motorola Data Book.</b></td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[img news/1998-08-02/BlackRock98mopt.jpg size="76x96"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[!img news/1998-08-02/BlackRock98mopt.jpg size="76x96"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"><b>Bill and J.P. getting rocket ready for flight</b></td>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[img news/1998-08-02/BlackRock98kopt.jpg size="96x73"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[!img news/1998-08-02/BlackRock98kopt.jpg size="96x73"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"><b>James and Mary take lunch on the tailgate</b></td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[img news/1998-08-02/BlackRock98hopt.jpg size="96x73"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[!img news/1998-08-02/BlackRock98hopt.jpg size="96x73"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"><b>Andrew hooking up the solar array to battery pack and inverter</b></td>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[img news/1998-08-02/BlackRock98i1opt.jpg size="76x96"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[!img news/1998-08-02/BlackRock98i1opt.jpg size="76x96"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"><b>Brian does his desert dance</b></td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[img news/1998-08-02/BlackRock98qopt.jpg size="96x73"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[!img news/1998-08-02/BlackRock98qopt.jpg size="96x73"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"><b>J.P. has successful flight</b></td>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[img news/1998-08-02/BlackRock98lopt.jpg size="96x73"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[!img news/1998-08-02/BlackRock98lopt.jpg size="96x73"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"><b>Matt sets up his 12.5 inch reflector telescope</b></td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[img news/1998-08-02/BlackRock98e1opt.jpg size="96x73"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[!img news/1998-08-02/BlackRock98e1opt.jpg size="96x73"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"><b>Kevin, Kyla,and the Reno contingent beat the heat</b></td>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[img news/1998-08-02/BlackRock98d1opt.jpg size="76x96"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[!img news/1998-08-02/BlackRock98d1opt.jpg size="76x96"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"><b>A pretty clever bolt together launch tower.</b></td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[img news/1998-08-02/BlackRock98iopt.jpg size="96x73"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[!img news/1998-08-02/BlackRock98iopt.jpg size="96x73"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"><b>Doorway of LCM (Launch Control Module)</b></td>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[img news/1998-08-02/BlackRock98wopt.jpg size="96x73"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[!img news/1998-08-02/BlackRock98wopt.jpg size="96x73"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"><b>James, Max, Hannes, and Alyssa in the LCM.</b></td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[img news/1998-08-02/BlackRock98vopt.jpg size="96x73"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[!img news/1998-08-02/BlackRock98vopt.jpg size="96x73"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"><b>Jim brings up the network in the LCM</b></td>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[img news/1998-08-02/BlackRock98uopt.jpg size="96x73"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[!img news/1998-08-02/BlackRock98uopt.jpg size="96x73"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"><b>Alyssa and James wishing they were about 6 inches shorter</b></td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[img news/1998-08-02/BlackRock98dopt.jpg size="96x73"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[!img news/1998-08-02/BlackRock98dopt.jpg size="96x73"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"><b> Launch Control Module in place</b></td>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[img news/1998-08-02/BlackRock98bopt.jpg size="96x72"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[!img news/1998-08-02/BlackRock98bopt.jpg size="96x72"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"><b>Parachute canopy goes up over LCM</b></td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[img news/1998-08-02/BlackRock98gopt.jpg size="96x73"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[!img news/1998-08-02/BlackRock98gopt.jpg size="96x73"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"><b>Base camp and telescope</b></td>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[img news/1998-08-02/BlackRock98f1opt.jpg size="96x73"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[!img news/1998-08-02/BlackRock98f1opt.jpg size="96x73"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"><b> All the comforts of home in the middle of nowhere.</b></td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[img news/1998-08-02/BlackRock98yopt.jpg size="96x73"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[!img news/1998-08-02/BlackRock98yopt.jpg size="96x73"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"><b> The black mushroom and flight line</b></td>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[img news/1998-08-02/BlackRock98fopt.jpg size="96x73"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[!img news/1998-08-02/BlackRock98fopt.jpg size="96x73"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"><b> A couple of local&#39;s &quot;Ultimate&quot; desert vehicle</b></td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[img news/1998-08-02/BlackRock98c1opt.jpg size="76x96"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[!img news/1998-08-02/BlackRock98c1opt.jpg size="76x96"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"><b> &quot;P&quot; motor lofting 16lb bowling ball.</b></td>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[img news/1998-08-02/BlackRock98g1opt.jpg size="76x96"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[!img news/1998-08-02/BlackRock98g1opt.jpg size="76x96"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"><b>Another &quot;P<br> motor</b></td>
</tr>
</table>
@@ -107,4 +107,4 @@ Overall the weekend was a big success. We proved we could move all our launch eq
[**_<u>Rocketdyne</u>_**](http://www.rocketdynesys.com/html/balls_8_pictures.html)
-[[tag event]]
+[[!tag event]]
diff --git a/news/1998-09-13.mdwn b/news/1998-09-13.mdwn
index e3cf887..7bbc963 100644
--- a/news/1998-09-13.mdwn
+++ b/news/1998-09-13.mdwn
@@ -31,39 +31,39 @@ Seems to be in good shape and never fired. There's a small amount of surface rus
<table border=2 cellpadding=0 cellspacing=1 width=450>
<tr>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[img news/1998-09-13/TheMotorAndAndrew.jpg size="80x96"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[!img news/1998-09-13/TheMotorAndAndrew.jpg size="80x96"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"> Andrew G. with motor. (Font side)</td>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[img news/1998-09-13/TheMotor.jpg size="80x96"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[!img news/1998-09-13/TheMotor.jpg size="80x96"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%">Motor (back side)</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[img news/1998-09-13/Plumbing2.jpg size="80x96"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[!img news/1998-09-13/Plumbing2.jpg size="80x96"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"> Motor top #1</td>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[img news/1998-09-13/Plumbing1.jpg size="80x96"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[!img news/1998-09-13/Plumbing1.jpg size="80x96"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"> Motor top #2</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[img news/1998-09-13/Plumbing3.jpg size="80x96"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[!img news/1998-09-13/Plumbing3.jpg size="80x96"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"> Motor top #3</td>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[img news/1998-09-13/HelpHelpItsEatingMe.jpg size="96x67"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[!img news/1998-09-13/HelpHelpItsEatingMe.jpg size="96x67"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%">Help me !</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[img news/1998-09-13/TopView.jpg size="96x67"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[!img news/1998-09-13/TopView.jpg size="96x67"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"> Acid and Aniline inlet</td>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[img news/1998-09-13/BottomView.jpg size="96x72"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[!img news/1998-09-13/BottomView.jpg size="96x72"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"> Business end</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[img news/1998-09-13/Nozzle1.jpg size="96x67"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[!img news/1998-09-13/Nozzle1.jpg size="96x67"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"> Injector face</td>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[img news/1998-09-13/corpclr.jpg size="52x96"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[!img news/1998-09-13/corpclr.jpg size="52x96"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"> Corporal Missile in action.</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[img news/1998-09-13/NamePlate1.jpg size="96x59"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[!img news/1998-09-13/NamePlate1.jpg size="96x59"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"> Motor data plate</td>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[img news/1998-09-13/NamePlate2.jpg size="96x52"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[!img news/1998-09-13/NamePlate2.jpg size="96x52"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%">Injector data plate</td>
</tr>
</table>
diff --git a/news/1998-10-26.mdwn b/news/1998-10-26.mdwn
index d7738cb..ab5d865 100644
--- a/news/1998-10-26.mdwn
+++ b/news/1998-10-26.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="1998-10-26 - Launch scrub of LV1 in Bend, OR"]]
+[[!meta title="1998-10-26 - Launch scrub of LV1 in Bend, OR"]]
[[news/1998-10-26/Bendsite.gif]]
@@ -16,49 +16,49 @@ Andrew G. sent out a Kudos email and current status of the project shortly after
<table border=1 cellpadding=0 cellspacing=2 width=643>
<tr>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[img news/1998-10-26/AndrewSteve.gif size="116x125"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[!img news/1998-10-26/AndrewSteve.gif size="116x125"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"> Andrew hard at work in the Payload Electronics pit from Hell.</td>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[img news/1998-10-26/SteveAnalizer.gif size="128x120"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[!img news/1998-10-26/SteveAnalizer.gif size="128x120"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"> Steve contemplates an interference signal on the analyzer.</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[img news/1998-10-26/Payload.gif size="68x125"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[!img news/1998-10-26/Payload.gif size="68x125"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"> The final payload electronics module and antenna assembly</td>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[img news/1998-10-26/RocketonRail.gif size="128x99"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[!img news/1998-10-26/RocketonRail.gif size="128x99"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"> Horizontal slide test of rocket on dual rail setup</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[img news/1998-10-26/LaunchSupportVehicle.gif size="128x87"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[!img news/1998-10-26/LaunchSupportVehicle.gif size="128x87"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"> Launch support Vehicle NO.1 en route to site</td>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[img news/1998-10-26/CommandCenter3.gif size="128x78"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[!img news/1998-10-26/CommandCenter3.gif size="128x78"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"> Improvised command center.</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[img news/1998-10-26/CommandCenter4.gif size="128x104"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[!img news/1998-10-26/CommandCenter4.gif size="128x104"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"> Steve works on ATV. Matt and Andrew writing code.</td>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[img news/1998-10-26/CommandCenter2.gif size="124x125"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[!img news/1998-10-26/CommandCenter2.gif size="124x125"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"> Matt inserts interface plate into airframe.</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[img news/1998-10-26/CommandCenter1.gif size="128x125"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[!img news/1998-10-26/CommandCenter1.gif size="128x125"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"> Laptops doing overtime.</td>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[img news/1998-10-26/Group.gif size="128x82"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[!img news/1998-10-26/Group.gif size="128x82"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%">A good turnout of friends and family.</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[img news/1998-10-26/Launchsite2.gif size="128x102"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[!img news/1998-10-26/Launchsite2.gif size="128x102"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"> A shot of the flight line from the launch tower</td>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[img news/1998-10-26/Launchsite3.gif size="128x97"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[!img news/1998-10-26/Launchsite3.gif size="128x97"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"> A shot of the range head.</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[img news/1998-10-26/Launchsite1.gif size="128x104"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[!img news/1998-10-26/Launchsite1.gif size="128x104"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"> This is only part of the mass of launch participants</td>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[img news/1998-10-26/Tower2.gif size="84x125"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[!img news/1998-10-26/Tower2.gif size="84x125"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"> Matteo and Kristina ride the Tower-o-fun.</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[img news/1998-10-26/Tower1.gif size="128x84"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">[[!img news/1998-10-26/Tower1.gif size="128x84"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"> A shot down from the tower.</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="25%">
</td>
@@ -117,4 +117,4 @@ Here's a status update on the rocket:
6) The Flight Computer and IMU are built but the code for the FC hasn't<br /> been written. Unfortunately, there just wasn't enough time to code before<br /> launch.
-[[tag event]]
+[[!tag event]]
diff --git a/news/1998-11-08.mdwn b/news/1998-11-08.mdwn
index f9a12b3..5cd77ab 100644
--- a/news/1998-11-08.mdwn
+++ b/news/1998-11-08.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="1998-11-08 - Payload and Recovery Tests"]]
+[[!meta title="1998-11-08 - Payload and Recovery Tests"]]
[[ MPEG movie of successful video/data test (1.4 M)|news/1998-11-08/payloadtest.mpg]]
@@ -16,23 +16,23 @@ More test will be occurring soon and we will post the results as they happen.
<table border=1 cellpadding=0 cellspacing=2 width=450>
<tr>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="40%">[[img news/1998-11-08/Sensorpackage4.jpg size="128x96"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="40%">[[!img news/1998-11-08/Sensorpackage4.jpg size="128x96"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="60%"> Andrew works diligently.</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="40%">[[img news/1998-11-08/Sensorpackage5.jpg size="96x125"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="40%">[[!img news/1998-11-08/Sensorpackage5.jpg size="96x125"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="60%"> So is Glenn.</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="40%">[[img news/1998-11-08/Sensorpackage3.jpg size="96x125"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="40%">[[!img news/1998-11-08/Sensorpackage3.jpg size="96x125"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="60%"> Bolting the payload together.</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="40%">[[img news/1998-11-08/Sensorpackage2.jpg size="128x96"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="40%">[[!img news/1998-11-08/Sensorpackage2.jpg size="128x96"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="60%"> The Accelerometer/Gyro package.</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="40%">[[img news/1998-11-08/Sensorpackage1.jpg size="128x96"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="40%">[[!img news/1998-11-08/Sensorpackage1.jpg size="128x96"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="60%"> Sensor package with Flight Computer.</td>
</tr>
</table>
@@ -41,15 +41,15 @@ More test will be occurring soon and we will post the results as they happen.
<table border=1 cellpadding=0 cellspacing=2 width=450>
<tr>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="36%">[[img news/1998-11-08/gatesmall.jpg size="128x96"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="36%">[[!img news/1998-11-08/gatesmall.jpg size="128x96"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="64%"> Brian tries to determine if they&#39;re serious.</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="36%">[[img news/1998-11-08/Bridgesmall.jpg size="128x96"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="36%">[[!img news/1998-11-08/Bridgesmall.jpg size="128x96"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="64%"> The Bridge. (Safer to walk on the right)</td>
</tr>
</table>
[[Main Chute deployment out of truck (MPEG, 128K)|news/1998-11-08/Deploy.mpg]]
-[[tag general test]]
+[[!tag general test]]
diff --git a/news/1998-11-17.mdwn b/news/1998-11-17.mdwn
index a4416b5..2e6ccbb 100644
--- a/news/1998-11-17.mdwn
+++ b/news/1998-11-17.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="1998-11-17 - Payload and Recovery Tests II"]]
+[[!meta title="1998-11-17 - Payload and Recovery Tests II"]]
** ** More tests were conducted this week.
@@ -12,9 +12,9 @@ All tests were successful!
<table border=1 cellpadding=0 cellspacing=2 width=503>
<tr>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="33%"><b>[[img news/1998-11-17/1.jpg size="152x112"]]</b></td>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="33%"><b>[[img news/1998-11-17/2.jpg size="152x112"]]</b></td>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="34%"><b>[[img news/1998-11-17/3.jpg size="152x112"]]</b></td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="33%"><b>[[!img news/1998-11-17/1.jpg size="152x112"]]</b></td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="33%"><b>[[!img news/1998-11-17/2.jpg size="152x112"]]</b></td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="34%"><b>[[!img news/1998-11-17/3.jpg size="152x112"]]</b></td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="33%"> Brian preps payload chutes for 150ft drop test.</td>
@@ -39,21 +39,21 @@ The only real problem that day was that the drogue chute came loose after its dr
<table border=1 cellpadding=0 cellspacing=2 height=392 width=705>
<tr>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=126 width="25%"><b>[[img news/1998-11-17/Payload5.jpg size="152x112"]]</b></td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=126 width="25%"><b>[[!img news/1998-11-17/Payload5.jpg size="152x112"]]</b></td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" height=126 width="25%"> Glenn and Steve remove camera platform.</td>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=126 width="25%"><b>[[img news/1998-11-17/Payload4.jpg size="84x112"]]</b></td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=126 width="25%"><b>[[!img news/1998-11-17/Payload4.jpg size="84x112"]]</b></td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" height=126 width="25%"> Steve installs payload, separation cylinder, and shock chord.</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=126 width="25%"><b>[[img news/1998-11-17/Payload3.jpg size="152x112"]]</b></td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=126 width="25%"><b>[[!img news/1998-11-17/Payload3.jpg size="152x112"]]</b></td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" height=126 width="25%"> Getting it all to fit and line up. Not as easy as you&#39;d think.</td>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=126 width="25%"><b>[[img news/1998-11-17/Payload1.jpg size="152x112"]]</b></td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=126 width="25%"><b>[[!img news/1998-11-17/Payload1.jpg size="152x112"]]</b></td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" height=126 width="25%"> How many rocket scientists does it take to screw on a nose cone?</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=129 width="25%"><b>[[img news/1998-11-17/cat.jpg size="152x112"]]</b></td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=129 width="25%"><b>[[!img news/1998-11-17/cat.jpg size="152x112"]]</b></td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" height=129 width="25%"> 4.36&quot; dia. rocket. 6.87&quot; dia.cat.(hummm...think....think.)</td>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=129 width="25%"><b>[[img news/1998-11-17/Payload2.jpg size="152x112"]]</b></td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=129 width="25%"><b>[[!img news/1998-11-17/Payload2.jpg size="152x112"]]</b></td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" height=129 width="25%"> Andrew and Brian tether payload to launch tower prior to firing separation pyro&#39;s.</td>
</tr>
</table>
@@ -66,4 +66,4 @@ The payload separation test went beautiful. The DTMF system worked flawlessly an
**Big thanks to Glenn, Steve, Andrew, Tim, Michael, Ron, and Matt for taking the time to do tests, and do them correctly.**
-[[tag general test]]
+[[!tag general test]]
diff --git a/news/1999-01-05.mdwn b/news/1999-01-05.mdwn
index 8a0e342..d366a9f 100644
--- a/news/1999-01-05.mdwn
+++ b/news/1999-01-05.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="1999-01-05 - General Meeting in PCAT 103"]]
+[[!meta title="1999-01-05 - General Meeting in PCAT 103"]]
** First meeting of the new year! About 10 people showed up all rested from the holiday break and ready to move forward with the plan for world domination. It was a good meeting. It lasted about 3 hours and we discussed all the issues that need to be resolved in order for us to launch. We broke down the remaining tasks and assigned them to members.**
@@ -77,4 +77,4 @@ AG - Andrew Greenberg<br /> BO - Brian O'Neel<br /> GL - Glenn LeBrasseur<br />
1. Secure 98mm motor casing. BO
-[[tag logistics]]
+[[!tag logistics]]
diff --git a/news/1999-01-28.mdwn b/news/1999-01-28.mdwn
index 026a601..422df1e 100644
--- a/news/1999-01-28.mdwn
+++ b/news/1999-01-28.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="1999-01-28 - Payload and Recovery Tests III"]]
+[[!meta title="1999-01-28 - Payload and Recovery Tests III"]]
** The last couple of weeks we have been working on fine tuning the flight computer software, the on board camera optics, and the replacement recovery system.**
@@ -11,19 +11,19 @@
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+ <p><b>[[!img news/1999-01-28/FC1.jpg size="84x112"]]</b></p>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="59%"> Flight Computer streaming Acceleration, Gyro, Temperature and Pressure data to laptop computer.</td>
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- <p><b>[[img news/1999-01-28/IFP.jpg size="84x112"]]</b></p>
+ <p><b>[[!img news/1999-01-28/IFP.jpg size="84x112"]]</b></p>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="59%"> Block diagram of Interface Plate Release electronics</td>
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- <p><b>[[img news/1999-01-28/Deployprep1.jpg size="152x112"]]</b></p>
+ <p><b>[[!img news/1999-01-28/Deployprep1.jpg size="152x112"]]</b></p>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="59%"> Getting rocket and truck ready for deployment test of new main parachute.</td>
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+[[!tag general test]]
diff --git a/news/1999-03-16.mdwn b/news/1999-03-16.mdwn
index 3f0b15b..5e056f8 100644
--- a/news/1999-03-16.mdwn
+++ b/news/1999-03-16.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="1999-03-16 - General Meeting in PCAT 103"]]
+[[!meta title="1999-03-16 - General Meeting in PCAT 103"]]
**Launch logistics for April 11th launch were discussed. The following lists outline member responsibilities.**
@@ -165,4 +165,4 @@ Andrew Greenberg<br /> Brian O'Neel<br /> Glenn LeBrasseur<br /> James Ward<br /
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-[[tag logistics]]
+[[!tag logistics]]
diff --git a/news/1999-04-07.mdwn b/news/1999-04-07.mdwn
index 32d8c2f..5c25a77 100644
--- a/news/1999-04-07.mdwn
+++ b/news/1999-04-07.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="1999-04-07 - Payload and Recovery Tests IV"]]
+[[!meta title="1999-04-07 - Payload and Recovery Tests IV"]]
** ** The final integration tests before the April 11th launch were conducted on Tuesday. The rocket was fully assembled into it's final flight configuration and the payload loaded into the airframe and all systems tested. The video and data streams are working perfectly as is the manual dtmf up link system. If everything goes as planned and the weather cooperates the rocket will FLY in a few days.
@@ -6,45 +6,45 @@
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+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="21%">[[!img news/1999-04-07/therocket.JPG size="136x100"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="79%"><b>Andrew and Steve with rocket fully loaded. Heavy puppy, weighing in at 45lbs.</b></td>
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+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="21%">[[!img news/1999-04-07/payloadinstall.JPG size="136x100"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="79%"><b>Matt, Andrew, and Steve install payload electronics into sleeve.</b></td>
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+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="21%">[[!img news/1999-04-07/septest.JPG size="76x100"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="79%"><b>Matt on tether to control payload section after separation charge fires. (section is tied off to boom)</b></td>
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- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="21%">[[img news/1999-04-07/stevewithrocket.JPG size="76x100"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="21%">[[!img news/1999-04-07/stevewithrocket.JPG size="76x100"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="79%"><b>Steve builds some-upper body strength.</b></td>
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- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="21%">[[img news/1999-04-07/tower.JPG size="76x100"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="21%">[[!img news/1999-04-07/tower.JPG size="76x100"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="79%"><b>Tower with test boom.</b></td>
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- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="21%">[[img news/1999-04-07/camera.JPG size="76x100"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="21%">[[!img news/1999-04-07/camera.JPG size="76x100"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="79%"><b>Rocket innards : camera element, mirror / shroud, and antennas.</b></td>
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- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="21%">[[img news/1999-04-07/videotrans.JPG size="76x100"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="21%">[[!img news/1999-04-07/videotrans.JPG size="76x100"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="79%"><b>Payload transmitting video!!!</b></td>
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<tr>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="21%">[[img news/1999-04-07/changingFCstates.JPG size="76x100"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="21%">[[!img news/1999-04-07/changingFCstates.JPG size="76x100"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="79%"><b> Matt keys in dtmf codes to manually change flight computer states.</b></td>
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- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="21%">[[img news/1999-04-07/FCscreenshot.JPG size="140x92"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="21%">[[!img news/1999-04-07/FCscreenshot.JPG size="140x92"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="79%"><b>Screen shot of down link data capture program running realtime.</b></td>
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- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="21%">[[img news/1999-04-07/ignitioncontrol.JPG size="136x100"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="21%">[[!img news/1999-04-07/ignitioncontrol.JPG size="136x100"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="79%"><b>Steve tests launch ignition electronics through 1000 feet of wire.</b></td>
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-[[tag general test]]
+[[!tag general test]]
diff --git a/news/1999-04-11.mdwn b/news/1999-04-11.mdwn
index 19d6fde..9b3af90 100644
--- a/news/1999-04-11.mdwn
+++ b/news/1999-04-11.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="1999-04-11 - Successful launch of LV1 in Bend, OR"]]
+[[!meta title="1999-04-11 - Successful launch of LV1 in Bend, OR"]]
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+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=114 width="22%"><b>[[!img news/1999-04-11/group.JPG size="136x100"]]</b></td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" height=114 width="28%"><b>The AESS / PSAS Team.</b></td>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=114 width="22%"><b>[[img news/1999-04-11/Launchoperations3.JPG size="136x100"]]</b></td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=114 width="22%"><b>[[!img news/1999-04-11/Launchoperations3.JPG size="136x100"]]</b></td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" height=114 width="28%"><b>Base camp for maiden flight of LV-1.</b></td>
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<tr>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=114 width="22%"><b>[[img news/1999-04-11/Lauchoperatios.JPG size="136x100"]]</b></td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=114 width="22%"><b>[[!img news/1999-04-11/Lauchoperatios.JPG size="136x100"]]</b></td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" height=114 width="28%"><b>People start showing up Sunday morning.</b></td>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=114 width="22%"><b>[[img news/1999-04-11/Launchoperations4.JPG size="136x100"]]</b></td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=114 width="22%"><b>[[!img news/1999-04-11/Launchoperations4.JPG size="136x100"]]</b></td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" height=114 width="28%"><b>Launch Control Module and payload integration area.</b></td>
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<tr>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=114 width="22%"><b>[[img news/1999-04-11/LCMonline.jpg size="72x100"]]</b></td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=114 width="22%"><b>[[!img news/1999-04-11/LCMonline.jpg size="72x100"]]</b></td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" height=114 width="28%"><b>Radio check.</b></td>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=114 width="22%"><b>[[img news/1999-04-11/GlenninLCM.JPG size="76x100"]]</b></td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=114 width="22%"><b>[[!img news/1999-04-11/GlenninLCM.JPG size="76x100"]]</b></td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" height=114 width="28%"><b>Glenn brings ATV equipment online in the LCM.</b></td>
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- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=114 width="22%"><b>[[img news/1999-04-11/Matttransit.JPG size="76x100"]]</b></td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=114 width="22%"><b>[[!img news/1999-04-11/Matttransit.JPG size="76x100"]]</b></td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" height=114 width="28%"><b>Matt gets range with laser transit.</b></td>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=114 width="22%"><b>[[img news/1999-04-11/launchs.jpg size="68x100"]]</b></td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=114 width="22%"><b>[[!img news/1999-04-11/launchs.jpg size="68x100"]]</b></td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" height=114 width="28%"><b>A little prelaunch coordination.</b></td>
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<tr>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=114 width="22%"><b>[[img news/1999-04-11/prelaunch1.jpg size="76x100"]]</b></td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=114 width="22%"><b>[[!img news/1999-04-11/prelaunch1.jpg size="76x100"]]</b></td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" height=114 width="28%"><b>Running over the pre-launch script.</b></td>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=114 width="22%"><b>[[img news/1999-04-11/walkout.jpg size="140x94"]]</b></td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=114 width="22%"><b>[[!img news/1999-04-11/walkout.jpg size="140x94"]]</b></td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" height=114 width="28%"><b>Walk out to pad.</b></td>
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<tr>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=114 width="22%">[[img news/1999-04-11/towerload.jpg size="68x100"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=114 width="22%">[[!img news/1999-04-11/towerload.jpg size="68x100"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" height=114 width="28%"><b>LV-1 loaded onto tower.</b></td>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=114 width="22%"><b>[[img news/1999-04-11/tower1.JPG size="136x100"]]</b></td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=114 width="22%"><b>[[!img news/1999-04-11/tower1.JPG size="136x100"]]</b></td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" height=114 width="28%"><b>Final launch rail adjustment.</b></td>
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- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=113 width="22%">[[img news/1999-04-11/rocketpose.jpg size="112x100"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=113 width="22%">[[!img news/1999-04-11/rocketpose.jpg size="112x100"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" height=113 width="28%"><b>Steve, Matt, Brian, and Jim pose with rocket.</b></td>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=113 width="22%">[[img news/1999-04-11/launch.jpg size="140x98"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=113 width="22%">[[!img news/1999-04-11/launch.jpg size="140x98"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" height=113 width="28%"><b>Lift-off !!!!!</b></td>
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<tr>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=114 width="22%"><b>[[img news/1999-04-11/liftoff.jpg size="140x100"]]</b></td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=114 width="22%"><b>[[!img news/1999-04-11/liftoff.jpg size="140x100"]]</b></td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" height=114 width="28%"><b>Another view.</b></td>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=114 width="22%"><b>[[img news/1999-04-11/Tplus2min.jpg size="132x100"]]</b></td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=114 width="22%"><b>[[!img news/1999-04-11/Tplus2min.jpg size="132x100"]]</b></td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" height=114 width="28%"><b>Look up in the sky.......</b></td>
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- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=114 width="22%"><b>[[img news/1999-04-11/Tplus5min.jpg size="100x100"]]</b></td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=114 width="22%"><b>[[!img news/1999-04-11/Tplus5min.jpg size="100x100"]]</b></td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" height=114 width="28%"><b>Tracking the three recovery systems.</b></td>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=114 width="22%"><b>[[img news/1999-04-11/recovery2.jpg size="140x94"]]</b></td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=114 width="22%"><b>[[!img news/1999-04-11/recovery2.jpg size="140x94"]]</b></td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" height=114 width="28%"><b>Still up there, T+ 7 minutes.</b></td>
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- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=113 width="22%">[[img news/1999-04-11/main.jpg size="132x100"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=113 width="22%">[[!img news/1999-04-11/main.jpg size="132x100"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" height=113 width="28%"><b>Main body on 8ft hemisphere.</b></td>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=113 width="22%">[[img news/1999-04-11/payload.jpg size="140x97"]]</td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=113 width="22%">[[!img news/1999-04-11/payload.jpg size="140x97"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" height=113 width="28%"><b>Payload on 3 circular chutes.</b></td>
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<tr>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=113 width="22%"><b>[[img news/1999-04-11/Andrewnpayload.jpg size="76x100"]]</b></td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=113 width="22%"><b>[[!img news/1999-04-11/Andrewnpayload.jpg size="76x100"]]</b></td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" height=113 width="28%"><b>This is how it landed......honest.</b></td>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=113 width="22%"><b>[[img news/1999-04-11/Payloadrecovery.jpg size="140x88"]]</b></td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=113 width="22%"><b>[[!img news/1999-04-11/Payloadrecovery.jpg size="140x88"]]</b></td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" height=113 width="28%"><b>Woooooo....Whhooooo!!</b></td>
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<tr>
- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=110 width="22%"><b>[[img news/1999-04-11/crowd.jpg size="140x96"]]</b></td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=110 width="22%"><b>[[!img news/1999-04-11/crowd.jpg size="140x96"]]</b></td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" height=110 width="28%"><b>The crowd watches video replay.</b></td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=110 width="22%">
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@@ -118,4 +118,4 @@
A big **"Thank You"** to all those family members and friends who made the long drive out to see the launch. Thanks for all the help and the moral support. It made a big difference.
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+[[!tag event]]
diff --git a/news/1999-04-21.mdwn b/news/1999-04-21.mdwn
index 46c6e78..9fb63eb 100644
--- a/news/1999-04-21.mdwn
+++ b/news/1999-04-21.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="1999-04-21 - General Meeting in PCAT 103"]]
+[[!meta title="1999-04-21 - General Meeting in PCAT 103"]]
** ** Here is the list of some of the ideas we discussed for LV2 and some ideas for group structure going into the next phase. Please scroll to bottom of page to see suggested club logo we will need to make a decision on this at the next meeting.
@@ -85,4 +85,4 @@ Potential club logo: We can put this on a t-shirt for the next launch. We could
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diff --git a/news/1999-06-16.mdwn b/news/1999-06-16.mdwn
index 8d2359e..140a902 100644
--- a/news/1999-06-16.mdwn
+++ b/news/1999-06-16.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="1999-06-16 - General Meeting in PCAT 103"]]
+[[!meta title="1999-06-16 - General Meeting in PCAT 103"]]
Tuesday's meeting was focused primarily on the requirements for getting the LV-1 rocket and payload ready for a September 18-19th launch in Nevada. The list of modifications to the original vehicle was solidified but the nuts and bolts of layout, and timelines, was not pinned down do to some team members being absent from the meeting. A meeting next week is scheduled to finalize those issues so work can go forward.<br /> The second (and possibly third) launch of LV-1 will be used as a test bed for systems that we plan on designing into the LV-2 launch vehicle and avionics package.<br /> Also during the meeting Paul brought the group up to date on the research he has been doing on the feasibility of actively controlling future versions of LV-2. This included research into methods of attitude determination, and some insight into the tricky problems of active control in inherently unstable bodies. He also passed on some good resources for technical papers form NASA and some good software sources.<br /> On a background/parallel track, many of the design specifications have now been set for LV-2. Flight computer design is going forward as is airframe design and internal systems layout. The next full group meeting will be in two weeks.
@@ -20,4 +20,4 @@ Discussed :
- Attitude Determination and control system.<br /> - SciLab. (proposed as software standard for modeling and simulating)<br /> - Paul's arguing for greater stability in the rocket itself.<br /> Easier to make stable<br /> Need less force<br /> Perhaps the thrust of the ACS will determine the stability of the rocket<br /> Gyro drift
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+[[!tag general]]
diff --git a/news/1999-07-07.mdwn b/news/1999-07-07.mdwn
index 8c70d90..24e58d7 100644
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@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="1999-07-07 - General Meeting in PCAT 103"]]
+[[!meta title="1999-07-07 - General Meeting in PCAT 103"]]
**Distance Measurement Equipment (DME):**
@@ -26,4 +26,4 @@ Here's what we've got going on:
LV1 Payload Destruction, Document, Test and Construction:<br /> Saturday 7/10 from 7pm to Midnight at Brian's apt. (Brian, Andrew, Glenn, Steve, more!)<br /> Poster and Booth work:<br /> Sunday 7//11 from 10am - ? at Andrew's: Posters and docs for Space Days (?)<br /> Booth Setup:<br /> Friday 7/16 from 2pm to 5pm at OMSI: Booth setup at OMSI (everyone!)<br /> OMSI Space Days:<br /> Saturday 7/17 from 9:15am to 7:00pm (Brian, Todd, Anthony, anyone else)<br /> OMSI Space Days:<br /> Sunday 7/18 from 9:15am to 7:00pm (Andrew, Tim, Ron, anyone else)
-[[tag general]]
+[[!tag general]]
diff --git a/news/1999-07-18.mdwn b/news/1999-07-18.mdwn
index 0258397..f5835c9 100644
--- a/news/1999-07-18.mdwn
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@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="1999-07-18 - OMSI Space Celebration"]]
+[[!meta title="1999-07-18 - OMSI Space Celebration"]]
**[[news/1999-07-18/OMSIbuilding.jpg]]**
@@ -6,23 +6,23 @@ This years OMSI Space Celebration was a big success. We were there representing
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- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=100 width="35%"><b>[[img news/1999-07-18/OMSI99a.jpg size="68x100"]]</b></td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=100 width="35%"><b>[[!img news/1999-07-18/OMSI99a.jpg size="68x100"]]</b></td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" height=100 width="65%"><b>Glenn Sets up ATV equipment for live video.</b></td>
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- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=100 width="35%"><b>[[img news/1999-07-18/OMSI99b.jpg size="120x90"]]</b></td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=100 width="35%"><b>[[!img news/1999-07-18/OMSI99b.jpg size="120x90"]]</b></td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" height=100 width="65%"><b>Andrew and Todd prep the payload module.</b></td>
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+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=100 width="35%">[[!img news/1999-07-18/OMSI99c.jpg size="120x85"]]</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" height=100 width="65%"><b>Brian and Matt man the display.</b></td>
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- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=100 width="35%"><b>[[img news/1999-07-18/OMSI99d.jpg size="120x90"]]</b></td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=100 width="35%"><b>[[!img news/1999-07-18/OMSI99d.jpg size="120x90"]]</b></td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" height=100 width="65%"><b>Andrew with payload transmitting live video and data.</b></td>
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- <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=100 width="35%"><b>[[img news/1999-07-18/OMSI99e.jpg size="80x100"]]</b></td>
+ <td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=100 width="35%"><b>[[!img news/1999-07-18/OMSI99e.jpg size="80x100"]]</b></td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" height=100 width="65%"><b>NASA representative across the isle demonstrating a space suit.</b></td>
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diff --git a/news/1999-09-06.mdwn b/news/1999-09-06.mdwn
index 5df4ec4..8d16f30 100644
--- a/news/1999-09-06.mdwn
+++ b/news/1999-09-06.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="1999-09-06 - System Tests"]]
+[[!meta title="1999-09-06 - System Tests"]]
** **While most enjoyed their Labor Day weekend at the coast or camping we spent the day getting ready for our upcoming launch at. With less than two weeks to go we had to get a few of the new systems up and running. The main areas that where worked on that day were:
@@ -13,40 +13,40 @@ Fabrication and testing is going forward at a pretty good pace now. The new flig
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+ <p>[[!img news/1999-09-06/Sept6test2.jpg size="120x90"]]</p>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="65%"><b>Launch Tower Electornics Pod (LTEP).</b></td>
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+ <p>[[!img news/1999-09-06/Sept6test3.jpg size="120x87"]]</p>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="65%"><b>Jim and Brian hook up Launch Tower computer to wireless bridge.</b></td>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="35%">
- <p>[[img news/1999-09-06/Sept6test4.jpg size="120x90"]]</p>
+ <p>[[!img news/1999-09-06/Sept6test4.jpg size="120x90"]]</p>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="65%"><b>Power On!!</b></td>
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- <p>[[img news/1999-09-06/Sept6test5.jpg size="120x90"]]</p>
+ <p>[[!img news/1999-09-06/Sept6test5.jpg size="120x90"]]</p>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="65%"><b>Logging onto the internet.</b></td>
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+ <p>[[!img news/1999-09-06/Sept6test6.jpg size="120x90"]]</p>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="65%"><b>Jamey Runs LCM computer mock-up</b></td>
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- <p>[[img news/1999-09-06/Sept6test7.jpg size="120x90"]]</p>
+ <p>[[!img news/1999-09-06/Sept6test7.jpg size="120x90"]]</p>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="65%"><b>Dennis and Matt working on new clamshell lugs.</b></td>
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</table>
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diff --git a/news/1999-09-13.mdwn b/news/1999-09-13.mdwn
index 5ede6ba..a8fda18 100644
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@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
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diff --git a/news/1999-09-17.mdwn b/news/1999-09-17.mdwn
index 467e373..2a5b8fa 100644
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@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="1999-09-17 - Launch scrub in the Black Rock Desert in Nevada"]]
+[[!meta title="1999-09-17 - Launch scrub in the Black Rock Desert in Nevada"]]
** F**or the second year in a row the Portland State Aerospace Society made the journey down to the Black Rock Desert, Nevada to launch our Rocket. For the second year in a row we had to scrub the launch due to technical difficulties.<br /> Sunday mid-morning the decision to scrub was made because our flight computer would not pr**[[news/1999-09-17/PSAS.jpg]]**operly accept its code.
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+ <p>[[!img news/1999-09-17/LCM03.jpg size="112x76"]]</p>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="30%"><b>Launch Support Vehicle No.1 gassing up. for 500 mile trip to launch site.</b></td>
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+ <p>[[!img news/1999-09-17/BR17.JPG size="112x76"]]</p>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"><b>Matt R. and Charles C. working on laptops in the RV on the trip down.</b></td>
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+ <p>[[!img news/1999-09-17/BR15.jpg size="112x76"]]</p>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="30%"><b> Launch Support Vehicle No.2 with Jim Ward Jr. and Jim Ward Sr. arrives on lake bed with launch tower.</b></td>
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- <p>[[img news/1999-09-17/BR13.jpg size="112x84"]]</p>
+ <p>[[!img news/1999-09-17/BR13.jpg size="112x84"]]</p>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"><b>Early Saturday morning. Time to start setting up camp.</b></td>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="20%">
- <p>[[img news/1999-09-17/LCM05.jpg size="112x76"]]</p>
+ <p>[[!img news/1999-09-17/LCM05.jpg size="112x76"]]</p>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="30%"><b>Launch Control Module with parachute poles and spreaders.</b></td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="20%">
- <p>[[img news/1999-09-17/LCM06.jpg size="112x76"]]</p>
+ <p>[[!img news/1999-09-17/LCM06.jpg size="112x76"]]</p>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"><b>Brian O. and Roger J. cover LCM with parachute.</b></td>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="20%">
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+ <p>[[!img news/1999-09-17/BR25.JPG size="112x76"]]</p>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="30%"><b>Launch Control.</b></td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="20%">
- <p>[[img news/1999-09-17/BlackRock9901.jpg size="112x76"]]</p>
+ <p>[[!img news/1999-09-17/BlackRock9901.jpg size="112x76"]]</p>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"><b>Launch Control from a distance.</b></td>
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- <p>[[img news/1999-09-17/BR12.jpg size="112x84"]]</p>
+ <p>[[!img news/1999-09-17/BR12.jpg size="112x84"]]</p>
</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="30%"><b>Payload and rocket prep area.</b></td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="20%">
- <p>[[img news/1999-09-17/BlackRock9935.jpg size="112x76"]]</p>
+ <p>[[!img news/1999-09-17/BlackRock9935.jpg size="112x76"]]</p>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"><b> Early Saturday morning preparations.</b></td>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="20%">
- <p>[[img news/1999-09-17/BR20.JPG size="112x76"]]</p>
+ <p>[[!img news/1999-09-17/BR20.JPG size="112x76"]]</p>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="30%"><b>Tower prepares for roll out.</b></td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="20%">
- <p>[[img news/1999-09-17/BR4.jpg size="84x112"]]</p>
+ <p>[[!img news/1999-09-17/BR4.jpg size="84x112"]]</p>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"><b>Tower, antennas, and weather station go up without a hitch.</b></td>
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- <p>[[img news/1999-09-17/BR2.jpg size="112x84"]]</p>
+ <p>[[!img news/1999-09-17/BR2.jpg size="112x84"]]</p>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="30%"><b>Jim W. and Brian O. hook umbilicals to tower junction box.</b></td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="20%">
- <p>[[img news/1999-09-17/BR28.JPG size="112x76"]]</p>
+ <p>[[!img news/1999-09-17/BR28.JPG size="112x76"]]</p>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"><b>Jim W. contemplates the meaning of life, the universe, and everything.</b></td>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="20%">
- <p>[[img news/1999-09-17/BlackRock9904.jpg size="112x75"]]</p>
+ <p>[[!img news/1999-09-17/BlackRock9904.jpg size="112x75"]]</p>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="30%"><b>Rail fitted to tower in 20&#39; configuration.</b></td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="20%">
- <p>[[img news/1999-09-17/BR8.jpg size="84x112"]]</p>
+ <p>[[!img news/1999-09-17/BR8.jpg size="84x112"]]</p>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"><b>Tim B. does some last minute soldering.</b></td>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="20%">
- <p>[[img news/1999-09-17/BR31.JPG size="112x76"]]</p>
+ <p>[[!img news/1999-09-17/BR31.JPG size="112x76"]]</p>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="30%"><b>Matt R. and Jim W. watch some of the days flights.</b></td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="20%">
- <p>[[img news/1999-09-17/Br22a.jpg size="112x76"]]</p>
+ <p>[[!img news/1999-09-17/Br22a.jpg size="112x76"]]</p>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"><b>Dennis Y. looks for the right part.</b></td>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="20%">
- <p>[[img news/1999-09-17/BR6.jpg size="84x112"]]</p>
+ <p>[[!img news/1999-09-17/BR6.jpg size="84x112"]]</p>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="30%"><b> Andrew G. suffering from sleep depravation.</b></td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="20%">
- <p>[[img news/1999-09-17/BR5.jpg size="112x84"]]</p>
+ <p>[[!img news/1999-09-17/BR5.jpg size="112x84"]]</p>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"><b>Prepping the recovery and launch lugs.</b></td>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="20%">
- <p>[[img news/1999-09-17/BR7.jpg size="112x84"]]</p>
+ <p>[[!img news/1999-09-17/BR7.jpg size="112x84"]]</p>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="30%"><b>Dennis Y. and Glenn L. work on the down link.</b></td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="20%">
- <p>[[img news/1999-09-17/BR33.JPG size="112x76"]]</p>
+ <p>[[!img news/1999-09-17/BR33.JPG size="112x76"]]</p>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"><b> Anthony and Jamey S. getting the automated launch sequence program up and running.</b></td>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="20%">
- <p>[[img news/1999-09-17/BlackRock9905.jpg size="112x76"]]</p>
+ <p>[[!img news/1999-09-17/BlackRock9905.jpg size="112x76"]]</p>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="30%"><b> Todd R. Steely eyed missile man.</b></td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="20%">
- <p>[[img news/1999-09-17/BR3.jpg size="84x112"]]</p>
+ <p>[[!img news/1999-09-17/BR3.jpg size="84x112"]]</p>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"><b>Hybrid Dynamics very cool rocket in its tower.</b></td>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="20%">
- <p>[[img news/1999-09-17/BR10.jpg size="112x84"]]</p>
+ <p>[[!img news/1999-09-17/BR10.jpg size="112x84"]]</p>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="30%"><b>Hybrid Dynamics rocket on assembly table the previous night.</b></td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="20%">
- <p>[[img news/1999-09-17/BR29.JPG size="112x74"]]</p>
+ <p>[[!img news/1999-09-17/BR29.JPG size="112x74"]]</p>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"><b>First launch attempt of Hybrid Dynamics rocket. Failed to ignite.</b></td>
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- <p>[[img news/1999-09-17/BR34.JPG size="112x75"]]</p>
+ <p>[[!img news/1999-09-17/BR34.JPG size="112x75"]]</p>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="30%"><b>Second attempt by Hybrid Dynamics. Weld in high pressure system failed damaging rocket.</b></td>
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@@ -174,4 +174,4 @@ Much of our film is still being developed. More Pictures will be added as we get
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+[[!tag event]]
diff --git a/news/1999-10-02.mdwn b/news/1999-10-02.mdwn
index 2ceb4b7..93d8079 100644
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@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="1999-10-02 - System Tests"]]
+[[!meta title="1999-10-02 - System Tests"]]
** **The weekend of the 2nd and 3rd was used to conduct tests for the upcoming launch attempt in Millican, OR.<br /> Many people turned out to help with some of the systems that still needed work. The two main systems that were worked on were ; the payload separation charges and the launch tower/ launch control module wireless Ethernet bridge.<br /> Several different size charges were used to separate the two halves of the rocket. We switched to FFFG black powder to accomplish this so a few test were needed to determine the correct charge size. A 2g charge was finally decided upon. A Big thank to Paul G. and Andrew G. for giving up their Sunday to finish the testing.<br /> The second system that was tested was the wireless bridge. We had had a problem with it out at Black Rock for unknown reasons. The system is specked out to transmit 5 miles but we were having difficulty at 1500 feet. Saturday a distance test was conducted with one half of the system in Jim W's truck which drove about a mile away across the river. It was discovered the original problem was the antennas were just not place high enough off the ground. This was quickly remedied and the system was up and running by the end of the day. We are now confident this system will provide the needed communication to the launch tower.<br /> The weekend was quite full and we are now that much closer to being ready to launch the new LV-1b modified rocket and payload.<br />
@@ -7,43 +7,43 @@
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<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="65%"><b>Glenn L. assembles payload.</b></td>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="35%">
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<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="65%"><b>Andrew G. and Paul G. attach nose cone to payload.</b></td>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="35%">
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+ <p>[[!img news/1999-10-02/MVC007S.JPG size="112x84"]]</p>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="65%"><b>Andrew G. packs parachutes for separation test.</b></td>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="35%">
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+ <p>[[!img news/1999-10-02/MVC008S.JPG size="112x84"]]</p>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="65%"><b>Glenn L., Matt R., and Jamey S. work on piston ejection system and interface plate.</b></td>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="35%">
- <p>[[img news/1999-10-02/MVC029S.JPG size="112x84"]]</p>
+ <p>[[!img news/1999-10-02/MVC029S.JPG size="112x84"]]</p>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="65%"><b>Glenn L. safes paylaod.</b></td>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="35%">
- <p>[[img news/1999-10-02/MVC010S.JPG size="112x84"]]</p>
+ <p>[[!img news/1999-10-02/MVC010S.JPG size="112x84"]]</p>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="65%"><b>Paylaod section is tethered to prevent damage.</b></td>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="35%">
- <p>[[img news/1999-10-02/MVC009S.JPG size="112x84"]]</p>
+ <p>[[!img news/1999-10-02/MVC009S.JPG size="112x84"]]</p>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="65%"><b>Roger J., Anthony, Matt R., Paul G., and Andrew G. ready for separtion test.</b></td>
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@@ -57,4 +57,4 @@
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+[[!tag general test]]
diff --git a/news/1999-10-20.mdwn b/news/1999-10-20.mdwn
index d800a8b..128f86e 100644
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@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="1999-10-20 - General Meeting in PCAT 103"]]
+[[!meta title="1999-10-20 - General Meeting in PCAT 103"]]
**In attendance** : Glenn L., Todd R., Paul G., Brian O., Matt R., Anthony P., Jamey S., Marty C., Matt M., Tim B., Andrew G.<br />**Absent** : Ron S., Jim W., Roger J., Bart M., Steve D., Michael K.
@@ -206,4 +206,4 @@ Use cheap, off the shelf technologies where possible for reproducibility.
<br /><br /> Next meeting: Wednesday October 27th for LV1b payload.
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+[[!tag general]]
diff --git a/news/1999-12-01.mdwn b/news/1999-12-01.mdwn
index e2eafb6..c96234a 100644
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@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="1999-12-01 - General Meeting in PCAT 103"]]
+[[!meta title="1999-12-01 - General Meeting in PCAT 103"]]
Team Updates:**[[news/1999-12-01/DAQ.jpg]]**
@@ -16,4 +16,4 @@ _Ground Systems_ Update (Jim)<br /> Still hasn't been stolen yet!
…and that's it!<br /><br />
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+[[!tag general]]
diff --git a/news/2000-01-18.mdwn b/news/2000-01-18.mdwn
index 28e2469..2a44b5c 100644
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@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2000-01-18 - General Meeting in PCAT 103"]]
+[[!meta title="2000-01-18 - General Meeting in PCAT 103"]]
At the meeting : Andrew, Glenn, Ron, Michael, MattMc, Tim, John, Anthony, Bart, Jamey, John O.
@@ -37,4 +37,4 @@ Next LV1b meeting:
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+[[!tag avionics software]]
diff --git a/news/2000-02-02.mdwn b/news/2000-02-02.mdwn
index f953bd8..9ce88ce 100644
--- a/news/2000-02-02.mdwn
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@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2000-02-02 - General Meeting in PCAT 103"]]
+[[!meta title="2000-02-02 - General Meeting in PCAT 103"]]
At the meeting: Jimmy, Anthony, Jamie, Mattr, Mattmc, Brian, Ron, Tim, Michael, Dennis, Andrew, Paul<br /> New members: Matts, Marius
@@ -60,11 +60,11 @@ Other Business:
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- <td width="20%">[[img news/2000-02-02/fueltest3.jpg size="140x105"]]</td>
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- <td width="20%">[[img news/2000-02-02/fueltest4.jpg size="140x105"]]</td>
+ <td width="20%">[[!img news/2000-02-02/fueltest5.jpg size="140x105"]]</td>
+ <td width="20%">[[!img news/2000-02-02/fueltest1.jpg size="140x105"]]</td>
+ <td width="20%">[[!img news/2000-02-02/fueltest3.jpg size="140x105"]]</td>
+ <td width="20%">[[!img news/2000-02-02/fueltest2.jpg size="140x105"]]</td>
+ <td width="20%">[[!img news/2000-02-02/fueltest4.jpg size="140x105"]]</td>
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@@ -87,4 +87,4 @@ Other Business:
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diff --git a/news/2000-04-01.mdwn b/news/2000-04-01.mdwn
index 547e5b8..55f51a0 100644
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@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2000-04-01 - PSAS exhibit at OMSI Russian Rocketry event"]]
+[[!meta title="2000-04-01 - PSAS exhibit at OMSI Russian Rocketry event"]]
**[[news/2000-04-01/OMSIrr00.jpg]]**
@@ -6,4 +6,4 @@ This weekend the PSAS attended the OMSI 'Russian Rocket' exhibit. The function w
Thanks to everyone who helped with this weekend.
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+[[!tag event]]
diff --git a/news/2000-05-03.mdwn b/news/2000-05-03.mdwn
index 9db4528..119f72d 100644
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@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2000-05-03 - General Meeting in PCAT 103"]]
+[[!meta title="2000-05-03 - General Meeting in PCAT 103"]]
Wednesday's meeting went well. There were about 15 members in attendance. After a brief round of introductions a short presentation was given on our group and were we are going. Afterwards team reports were given:
@@ -30,4 +30,4 @@ Wednesday's meeting went well. There were about 15 members in attendance. After
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diff --git a/news/2000-05-05.mdwn b/news/2000-05-05.mdwn
index dd209bd..af667f4 100644
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@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2000-05-05 - LV1b telemetry system test"]]
+[[!meta title="2000-05-05 - LV1b telemetry system test"]]
[[news/2000-05-05/topobw4.jpg]]
@@ -118,31 +118,31 @@ We hypothesize that although the signal analyzer showed a -110dB noise floor on
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+ <td align="center" width="25%">[[!img news/2000-05-05/topobw3.jpg size="136x114"]]</td>
<td align="center" bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"> 7.5 miles from Council Crest to Rocky Butte!</td>
- <td align="center" width="25%">[[img news/2000-05-05/DownlinkTest043000Modules.jpg size="136x102"]]</td>
+ <td align="center" width="25%">[[!img news/2000-05-05/DownlinkTest043000Modules.jpg size="136x102"]]</td>
<td align="center" bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%">The Linx Transmitter and Reciever. </td>
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- <td align="center" width="25%">[[img news/2000-05-05/DownlinkTest043000transmitter.jpg size="92x120"]]</td>
+ <td align="center" width="25%">[[!img news/2000-05-05/DownlinkTest043000transmitter.jpg size="92x120"]]</td>
<td align="center" bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%">Linx transmitter in LV1b payload frame. </td>
- <td align="center" width="25%">[[img news/2000-05-05/DownlinkTest043000table.jpg size="136x102"]]</td>
+ <td align="center" width="25%">[[!img news/2000-05-05/DownlinkTest043000table.jpg size="136x102"]]</td>
<td align="center" bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"> Test equipment layed out for serial cable test.</td>
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- <td align="center" width="25%">[[img news/2000-05-05/DownlinkTest043000AtSchool.jpg size="136x102"]]</td>
+ <td align="center" width="25%">[[!img news/2000-05-05/DownlinkTest043000AtSchool.jpg size="136x102"]]</td>
<td align="center" bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%"> Short range test.</td>
- <td align="center" width="25%">[[img news/2000-05-05/DownlinkTest043000OnLawn.jpg size="136x102"]]</td>
+ <td align="center" width="25%">[[!img news/2000-05-05/DownlinkTest043000OnLawn.jpg size="136x102"]]</td>
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<td align="center" bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%">The Mobile Porsche Ground Station at Council Crest</td>
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<td align="center" bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%">A closer View. </td>
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<td align="center" bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="25%">Phill recieving data at Rocky Butte. </td>
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diff --git a/news/2000-05-11.mdwn b/news/2000-05-11.mdwn
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**"Student Design of a Modular Sounding Rocket"**
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A big thanks to the members of the Oregon Space Grant Consortium, the PSU ECE department, and everyone else who helped to make this possible!!
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diff --git a/news/2000-06-07.mdwn b/news/2000-06-07.mdwn
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In attendance: Andrew, Brian, Paul, Tim, Jamey, Jimmy, Todd, Matt, Bart<br /> Special Guests: Dan Berg - AESS Chair from University of Missouri, Rolla
@@ -30,4 +30,4 @@ Brian completed first 3' section of the fiberglass skin (laying up by hand the a
Matt built another, beefier propellant fuel test chamber. He'll be back characterizing fuel in a week or so. He's considering moving towards a room-temperature curing binder rather than PBAN.<br /><br />
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diff --git a/news/2000-07-05.mdwn b/news/2000-07-05.mdwn
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**Team Meeting**
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FCSView Jamey has the super classes down and the code outline (all in his kick butt design document) and is now starting to work on implementing the details.<br />
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diff --git a/news/2000-07-12.mdwn b/news/2000-07-12.mdwn
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**LV1b Team Meeting**
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diff --git a/news/2000-07-16.mdwn b/news/2000-07-16.mdwn
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[[news/2000-07-16/Topomap.gif]]
@@ -82,4 +82,4 @@ The next test must involve all RF systems: The 75cm ATV system, the 2m DTMF upli
**Test #12**<br /> Transmitter: Nosecone pointed directly away from receiver (same as #8)<br /> Receiver: Bird feeder antenna pointed towards transmitter (same as #8)<br /> Length: 5 minutes<br /> Filename: F12.log<br /> Test Type: Printable character test (All printable ASCII characters)<br /> Serial Prog.: CommHex<br /> Notes: Five minute test. Last test.
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diff --git a/news/2000-07-19.mdwn b/news/2000-07-19.mdwn
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**Team Meeting**
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- Not much time left until 9/3 launch! Only 1.5 months.<br /> - Next big Meeting: August 2 General Team meeting where we'll discuss launch &amp; test details<br /> - Next big test: August 6th critical functionality test for payload.<br /><br />
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diff --git a/news/2000-09-03.mdwn b/news/2000-09-03.mdwn
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<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="28%">Arrival at site. Weather is not looking good.</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="22%">
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<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="28%">Launch Operations.</td>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="28%">Glenn L. set up communication equipment.</td>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="28%">Brian O. sets up antennas.</td>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="28%">Dennis Y. breaths life back into the generator.</td>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="28%">Yes, it&#39;s actually hailing!</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="22%">
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<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="28%">Final avionics integration.</td>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="28%">Teamwork!</td>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="28%">Andrew G. and Matt R. connect antennas.</td>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="28%">Tminus 10 minutes till waiver expires.</td>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFF00" width="28%">A disappointed, but not discouraged, PSAS team misses launch window.</td>
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diff --git a/news/2000-10-07.mdwn b/news/2000-10-07.mdwn
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<td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="28%">Equipment loading prior to launch site departure.</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="22%">
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<td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="28%">Launch Operations.</td>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" height=43 width="22%">
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<td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="28%">Performing communications checks from Launch Control Module.</td>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="28%">Roger J. and Jim W. ready wireless link between Tower and LCM.</td>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="28%">Top view of avionics/flight computer.</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="22%">
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<td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="28%">Tim B., Andrew G. and Glenn L. attach antenna&#39;s.</td>
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<td height=43 width="28%"> Nathan gives a hand in the LCM.</td>
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<td height=43 width="28%"> Bart M. and Jamey S. bring launch support software online.</td>
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<td height=43 width="22%">
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<td height=43 width="28%"> Antenna farm. You name it, we got it!</td>
<td height=43 width="22%">
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<td height=43 width="28%">Brian O. and Glenn L. transport rocket out to launch tower.</td>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="28%">Matt R. and Brian O. load rocket onto launch rail.</td>
<td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="22%">
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+ <p>[[!img news/2000-10-07/LV1b_25.JPG size="149x108"]]</p>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="28%">Matt R. preps motor igniter.</td>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="28%">Jim W. readies Launch Tower microcontroller.</td>
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+ <p>[[!img news/2000-10-07/LV1b_10.JPG size="110x151"]]</p>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="28%">Tim B. attaches umbilical.</td>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="28%">Final vehicle check.</td>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="28%">Ignition!</td>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="28%">Lift-Off.</td>
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<td bgcolor="#FFFFFF" width="28%">Tower cleared.</td>
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<td height=44 width="22%">
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<td height=44 width="28%">It&#39;s outta here!</td>
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<td height=44 width="28%">The PSAS team- all systems successfully recovered.</td>
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diff --git a/news/2001-01-09.mdwn b/news/2001-01-09.mdwn
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@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
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**Airframe Team**
@@ -57,4 +57,4 @@ The propulsion team is currently developing a half scale motor or "O" motor. Ano
4. What about OS's? QNX or Windriver? Real Time Linux? Roll our own?
- Where the rubber meets the road: One of the first things we need to think about is the bare bones system we're going to use. What kind of batteries? What's the shore connection like? What kind of card cage and connectors? vertical or horizontal mounting of the PCBs? Who can we get to design the cylindrical patch antennas? How do we attach the patch antennas to the outside of the rocket? Etc etc.
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diff --git a/news/2001-02-06.mdwn b/news/2001-02-06.mdwn
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Airframe Update
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diff --git a/news/2001-05-29-airframe.mdwn b/news/2001-05-29-airframe.mdwn
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-[[meta title="2001-05-29 - Airframe Meeting in PCAT 103"]]
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A lot of final design decisions were made at this meeting and tentative schedules set for prototype fabrication and testing. Design decisions based on simulations, testing, discussion and current trends in sounding rocket development have been ongoing with the airframe team in regards to LV2 for several months now. The vehicle has evolved significantly since last October but still remains true to the project goals and guidelines set forth at the projects conception and as outlined in the grant request for the Oregon Space Grant.
@@ -68,4 +68,4 @@ The nose cone must be deployed at apogee to release the drogue chute and possibl
It was a very productive meeting and enough decisions were finalized and we have enough information to move forward on many systems in the airframe. We anticipate that over the next month a lot of physical hardware and prototypes will be produced as well as a lot of testing on the prototypes will be conducted.
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diff --git a/news/2001-05-29-avionics.mdwn b/news/2001-05-29-avionics.mdwn
index a2b9e07..0f4920b 100644
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We mostly focussed on the 2.4GHz high-speed bi-directional communication system at this meeting. This system (COM) is supposed to give us a high-speed data link to the rocket - we've discussed 100kbps as a target speed but it's all very flexible. Basically, we'll consider anything over 19.2kbps as high-speed.
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<http://www.oreillynet.com/pub/a/wireless/2001/05/03/longshot.html>
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diff --git a/news/2001-06-27.mdwn b/news/2001-06-27.mdwn
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-[[meta title="2001-06-27 - Meeting with Jim Binkley of PSU CS on 802.11b"]]
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**Topic:** Radio
@@ -74,4 +74,4 @@
-- [[JamesPerkins]] - 28 Jun 2001 <br />
-[[tag avionics]]
+[[!tag avionics]]
diff --git a/news/2001-07-17.mdwn b/news/2001-07-17.mdwn
index 9ec0c2e..171102b 100644
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@@ -83,4 +83,4 @@ Command Uplink:
-- [[AndrewGreenberg]] - 24 Jul 2001 <br />
-[[tag software avionics]]
+[[!tag software avionics]]
diff --git a/news/2001-07-25.mdwn b/news/2001-07-25.mdwn
index 79363cb..0cdee91 100644
--- a/news/2001-07-25.mdwn
+++ b/news/2001-07-25.mdwn
@@ -30,4 +30,4 @@ James is going to look at the 520 docs and find the capabilities and challenges
-- [[AndrewGreenberg]] - 25 Jul 2001 <br />
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+[[!tag avionics software]]
diff --git a/news/2001-08-02.mdwn b/news/2001-08-02.mdwn
index a6ec786..73dbd68 100644
--- a/news/2001-08-02.mdwn
+++ b/news/2001-08-02.mdwn
@@ -18,4 +18,4 @@ Oh, Yeah...I'm going to ad sketches of this stuff, but I need to get the GIMP up
-- [[LarryLeach]] - 02 Aug 2001 <br />
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+[[!tag avionics software]]
diff --git a/news/2001-08-07.mdwn b/news/2001-08-07.mdwn
index 89295c8..e709d40 100644
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@@ -6,4 +6,4 @@ We diagrammed out the basic hardware architecture. I'll draw it as soon as I can
-- [[LarryLeach]] - 21 Aug 2001 <br />
-[[tag general]]
+[[!tag general]]
diff --git a/news/2001-08-15.mdwn b/news/2001-08-15.mdwn
index bf8bf9a..67fbf08 100644
--- a/news/2001-08-15.mdwn
+++ b/news/2001-08-15.mdwn
@@ -40,4 +40,4 @@ In attendance: Bart, Nathan, Jamey, Andrew, Larry, Dennis.
-- [[AndrewGreenberg]] - 15 Aug 2001 <br />
-[[tag software avionics comm logistics]]
+[[!tag software avionics comm logistics]]
diff --git a/news/2001-08-21.mdwn b/news/2001-08-21.mdwn
index a6b8229..7f923a7 100644
--- a/news/2001-08-21.mdwn
+++ b/news/2001-08-21.mdwn
@@ -31,4 +31,4 @@ To do:
- Glenn will begin work on desining slot antennas that fit in the airframe.
- Jamey is going to add two no default option "yes I really do want to launch" dialogs to the manual launch button on the LC software. He's also going to improve the UI of the LC a bit, adding a status line.
-[[tag comm avionics software]]
+[[!tag comm avionics software]]
diff --git a/news/2001-08-22.mdwn b/news/2001-08-22.mdwn
index a9297fc..9f7f1f9 100644
--- a/news/2001-08-22.mdwn
+++ b/news/2001-08-22.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2001-08-22 - Flight computer (MOPS520) boots off floppy!"]]
+[[!meta title="2001-08-22 - Flight computer (MOPS520) boots off floppy!"]]
In attendance: James, Bart, Keith, Jamey, Nathan, Tim, Larry, Andrew, Dennis
@@ -27,4 +27,4 @@ In attendance: James, Bart, Keith, Jamey, Nathan, Tim, Larry, Andrew, Dennis
-- [[AndrewGreenberg]] - 23 Aug 2001 <br />
-[[tag software]]
+[[!tag software]]
diff --git a/news/2001-08-29.mdwn b/news/2001-08-29.mdwn
index bb88087..692d66b 100644
--- a/news/2001-08-29.mdwn
+++ b/news/2001-08-29.mdwn
@@ -50,4 +50,4 @@ Well, The Flight Computer is looking up!<br />
-- [[LarryLeach]] - 29 Aug 2001 <br />
-[[tag comm avionics software]]
+[[!tag comm avionics software]]
diff --git a/news/2001-09-04.mdwn b/news/2001-09-04.mdwn
index 361e3b4..9b94869 100644
--- a/news/2001-09-04.mdwn
+++ b/news/2001-09-04.mdwn
@@ -53,4 +53,4 @@ See you next Wednesday!
----
-[[tag general]]
+[[!tag general]]
diff --git a/news/2001-09-12.mdwn b/news/2001-09-12.mdwn
index 24c2b3a..6362dcf 100644
--- a/news/2001-09-12.mdwn
+++ b/news/2001-09-12.mdwn
@@ -20,4 +20,4 @@ In terms of the rocket and meeting:
-- [[AndrewGreenberg]] - 15 Sep 2001 <br />
-[[tag software]]
+[[!tag software]]
diff --git a/news/2001-09-15.mdwn b/news/2001-09-15.mdwn
index 8ce44a9..d875ffb 100644
--- a/news/2001-09-15.mdwn
+++ b/news/2001-09-15.mdwn
@@ -55,4 +55,4 @@ Glenn, Andrew and Larry played with two cameras from SuperCircuits. We choose th
-- [[AndrewGreenberg]] - 15 Sep 2001 <br />
-[[tag avionics software comm]]
+[[!tag avionics software comm]]
diff --git a/news/2001-09-20.mdwn b/news/2001-09-20.mdwn
index a21def7..abc76b2 100644
--- a/news/2001-09-20.mdwn
+++ b/news/2001-09-20.mdwn
@@ -27,4 +27,4 @@ Well, the news is that even the 10/20 launch is probably cancelled due to FAA de
-- [[AndrewGreenberg]] - 20 Sep 2001 <br />
-[[tag comm avionics software]]
+[[!tag comm avionics software]]
diff --git a/news/2001-09-25.mdwn b/news/2001-09-25.mdwn
index 1256101..c469d99 100644
--- a/news/2001-09-25.mdwn
+++ b/news/2001-09-25.mdwn
@@ -14,4 +14,4 @@ In attendance: James, Jamey, Larry, Glenn, Bart &amp; Andrew
-- [[AndrewGreenberg]] - 25 Sep 2001 <br />
-[[tag avionics comm airframe]]
+[[!tag avionics comm airframe]]
diff --git a/news/2001-10-09.mdwn b/news/2001-10-09.mdwn
index 3a21064..86e5fa2 100644
--- a/news/2001-10-09.mdwn
+++ b/news/2001-10-09.mdwn
@@ -24,4 +24,4 @@ In attendance: James, Jamey, Larry, Bart &amp; Andrew
change! -- [[AndrewGreenberg]] - 09 Oct 2001 <br />
-[[tag logistics]]
+[[!tag logistics]]
diff --git a/news/2001-11-13.mdwn b/news/2001-11-13.mdwn
index ef2198c..b9079fd 100644
--- a/news/2001-11-13.mdwn
+++ b/news/2001-11-13.mdwn
@@ -30,4 +30,4 @@ No meeting next week. See you 11/27!
-- [[AndrewGreenberg]] - 15 Nov 2001 <br />
-[[tag software]]
+[[!tag software]]
diff --git a/news/2001-12-04.mdwn b/news/2001-12-04.mdwn
index 93be579..85b25fe 100644
--- a/news/2001-12-04.mdwn
+++ b/news/2001-12-04.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2001-12-04 - OGI Lecture: Intro to Extreme Programming (XP)"]]
+[[!meta title="2001-12-04 - OGI Lecture: Intro to Extreme Programming (XP)"]]
In attendance: James, Larry, Tim, Paul, Andrew, Robert and Amy
@@ -50,4 +50,4 @@ See you then!
-- [[AndrewGreenberg]] - 06 Dec 2001 <br />
-[[tag avionics]]
+[[!tag avionics]]
diff --git a/news/2001-12-11.mdwn b/news/2001-12-11.mdwn
index fc17a16..1fa819e 100644
--- a/news/2001-12-11.mdwn
+++ b/news/2001-12-11.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2001-12-11 - Twiki lesson, planning for next launch."]]
+[[!meta title="2001-12-11 - Twiki lesson, planning for next launch."]]
**Preliminary Stuff**
@@ -29,4 +29,4 @@ Andrew yakked about Twiki for the airframe team.
-- [[AndrewGreenberg]] - 11 Dec 2001 <br />
-[[tag general]]
+[[!tag general]]
diff --git a/news/2001-12-16.mdwn b/news/2001-12-16.mdwn
index 28949a8..768a637 100644
--- a/news/2001-12-16.mdwn
+++ b/news/2001-12-16.mdwn
@@ -170,4 +170,4 @@ James convened a work party at his home, accompanied with food and homebrew beer
-- [[JamesPerkins]] - 17 Dec 2001 <br />
-[[tag avionics software logistics]]
+[[!tag avionics software logistics]]
diff --git a/news/2002-01-09.mdwn b/news/2002-01-09.mdwn
index e2445ac..b18dbcf 100644
--- a/news/2002-01-09.mdwn
+++ b/news/2002-01-09.mdwn
@@ -54,4 +54,4 @@ Potential Launch Schedule:
- Larry (w/James) is writing the software objective list and task breakdown and schedule
- Paul is researching smart batteries and SMB
-[[tag avionics software]]
+[[!tag avionics software]]
diff --git a/news/2002-01-23.mdwn b/news/2002-01-23.mdwn
index 326de58..5fbceff 100644
--- a/news/2002-01-23.mdwn
+++ b/news/2002-01-23.mdwn
@@ -67,4 +67,4 @@ What we'd like to see:
- Flood with high priority messages to see what the performances limits are
- How system responds to a noisy node (error actives)
-[[tag avionics software]]
+[[!tag avionics software]]
diff --git a/news/2002-02-06.mdwn b/news/2002-02-06.mdwn
index 440cc3e..33bba3b 100644
--- a/news/2002-02-06.mdwn
+++ b/news/2002-02-06.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2002-02-06 - General Team Meeting"]]
+[[!meta title="2002-02-06 - General Team Meeting"]]
----
@@ -59,4 +59,4 @@ Next next Wednesday 2/20:
[Ignore this line, test of Twiki moved to PSAS server]
-[[tag general]]
+[[!tag general]]
diff --git a/news/2002-02-27.mdwn b/news/2002-02-27.mdwn
index 524a095..9787a76 100644
--- a/news/2002-02-27.mdwn
+++ b/news/2002-02-27.mdwn
@@ -28,4 +28,4 @@
[[2-2002_timeline.png]]
-[[tag admin avionics]]
+[[!tag admin avionics]]
diff --git a/news/2002-03-03.mdwn b/news/2002-03-03.mdwn
index ef90f5b..91b45aa 100644
--- a/news/2002-03-03.mdwn
+++ b/news/2002-03-03.mdwn
@@ -100,4 +100,4 @@ Task List:
- Test 82C250 reponse to shorts (0V,5V) and check current consumption.
- Find a almost zero Henry surface mount ferrite bead loop with no DC resistance ;)
-[[tag avionics]]
+[[!tag avionics]]
diff --git a/news/2002-03-10.mdwn b/news/2002-03-10.mdwn
index bd6ee6a..56d4809 100644
--- a/news/2002-03-10.mdwn
+++ b/news/2002-03-10.mdwn
@@ -34,4 +34,4 @@ We did another day of design on the various CAN nodes. We brought Michael up to
- Look into the magnetometer.
- Solve the worlds problems by learning how to spell check these TWIKI pages.
-[[tag avionics]]
+[[!tag avionics]]
diff --git a/news/2002-04-07.mdwn b/news/2002-04-07.mdwn
index 378f9fd..5dcc69f 100644
--- a/news/2002-04-07.mdwn
+++ b/news/2002-04-07.mdwn
@@ -68,4 +68,4 @@ Obviously, everything is running as necessary. We can be charging the battery as
Paul and Nate have a conflict with Wednesday night meetings, so we're probably going to keep trying to work on Sundays from 11:00am - ~ 3:00pm.
-[[tag avionics]]
+[[!tag avionics]]
diff --git a/news/2002-04-10.mdwn b/news/2002-04-10.mdwn
index a1463b2..b185670 100644
--- a/news/2002-04-10.mdwn
+++ b/news/2002-04-10.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2002-04-10 - General Meeting"]]
+[[!meta title="2002-04-10 - General Meeting"]]
Participants: Jamey, Jason, Matt, Tim, Kathy, Maggie, Brian, Andrew, Bart, Dave, Holly
@@ -46,4 +46,4 @@ Participants: Jamey, Jason, Matt, Tim, Kathy, Maggie, Brian, Andrew, Bart, Dave,
- Jim may go camping in a few weeks. Larry might be able to as well.
- Launch site info to Jim, Larry and Bart
-[[tag general]]
+[[!tag general]]
diff --git a/news/2002-04-14.mdwn b/news/2002-04-14.mdwn
index e53aabe..057cd50 100644
--- a/news/2002-04-14.mdwn
+++ b/news/2002-04-14.mdwn
@@ -38,4 +38,4 @@ We tried to get the board to send CAN messages, but time was running out by then
- "That's all, folks!!" : <br />[[Ta-dah!!|news/2002-04-14/psas-tadah.jpg]]
-[[tag avionics software]]
+[[!tag avionics software]]
diff --git a/news/2002-04-28.mdwn b/news/2002-04-28.mdwn
index cace1b3..e82b177 100644
--- a/news/2002-04-28.mdwn
+++ b/news/2002-04-28.mdwn
@@ -14,4 +14,4 @@ Found out that because the CAN protocol chip is not in the default on state in t
Larry worked on the Twiki logistics team site. Go Larry go.
-[[tag avionics logistics]]
+[[!tag avionics logistics]]
diff --git a/news/2002-05-01.mdwn b/news/2002-05-01.mdwn
index 2a4be17..4ea80b9 100644
--- a/news/2002-05-01.mdwn
+++ b/news/2002-05-01.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2002-05-01 - General Meeting"]]
+[[!meta title="2002-05-01 - General Meeting"]]
**Launch Site:**
@@ -34,4 +34,4 @@
- Cars: Jim's trailer, Andrew's van, Brian's truck, Matt's truck, Jimmy's truck and trailer.
- NEXT GENERAL MEETING - Tuesday June 4TH, TUESDAY June 18th
-[[tag general]]
+[[!tag general]]
diff --git a/news/2002-05-07.mdwn b/news/2002-05-07.mdwn
index 90cfaa9..512c3cb 100644
--- a/news/2002-05-07.mdwn
+++ b/news/2002-05-07.mdwn
@@ -6,4 +6,4 @@ Participants: James and Larry
Studied Jamey's [[CanMuxer]] and can socket code, and decided Jamey would make an excellent kernel network hacker when he grows up. :) We have enough understanding that we can probably describe it to other people, although we need to meditate on it to see precisely how it will fit into the bigger structure of things. Sure **looks** useful, though.
-[[tag software]]
+[[!tag software]]
diff --git a/news/2002-05-10.mdwn b/news/2002-05-10.mdwn
index f5f39be..ef90b50 100644
--- a/news/2002-05-10.mdwn
+++ b/news/2002-05-10.mdwn
@@ -22,4 +22,4 @@ We talked after the conference calls and decided on a few key points:
- We should do manual, single axis tracking with the helical antennas. At a distance away, it should be fairly easy to do, and we can set a start and stop point given the apogee of the rocket.
- The rocket can act as a relay between the telemetry station and the LCM if we need the communication beween the computers.
-[[tag comm]]
+[[!tag comm]]
diff --git a/news/2002-05-14.mdwn b/news/2002-05-14.mdwn
index 8b296b6..b44ba8c 100644
--- a/news/2002-05-14.mdwn
+++ b/news/2002-05-14.mdwn
@@ -18,4 +18,4 @@ The whole group reviewed the ground station setup, and eventually we hammered ou
- **Uplink Computer**: The uplink computer sends DTMF tones using a 2m (146.43MHz) radio to the rocket. These DTMF tones are decoded on the rocket as commands and include functions such as arm, disarm, blow chutes, etc. In essence, it's a manual backup system in case the 802.11b link and flight computer fail. We decided to replace a PIC board, DTMF generator chip, and Linux program to communicate with it with a shell script which calls dtmfdial! Basically, the
-[[tag avionics]]
+[[!tag avionics]]
diff --git a/news/2002-05-19.mdwn b/news/2002-05-19.mdwn
index 9ccbe9a..c796655 100644
--- a/news/2002-05-19.mdwn
+++ b/news/2002-05-19.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2002-05-19 - Booth at PDXBOT.02"]]
+[[!meta title="2002-05-19 - Booth at PDXBOT.02"]]
We setup a booth at the [Portland Area Robotics Society's](http://www.portlandrobotics.org/) PDXBOT.02 event - there must have been several hundred people there... it was very, very impressive. We answered questions, talked about how we are essentially budiling flying robots, and we all got a chance to walk around and look at robots.
@@ -11,4 +11,4 @@ Thanks to Nathan, Jamey, Paul, Tim, Brian, and Andrew for manning the booth and
</tr>
</table><font size="-1">Photo courtesy PARTS - we forgot to take our own pictures!</font></center>
-[[tag event]]
+[[!tag event]]
diff --git a/news/2002-05-21.mdwn b/news/2002-05-21.mdwn
index 414a9e1..66aacde 100644
--- a/news/2002-05-21.mdwn
+++ b/news/2002-05-21.mdwn
@@ -31,4 +31,4 @@ Participants: Andrew, James, Jamey, Paul, Nathan, David, Ron
Observation: we have a great division of labor happening right now with the various avionics subteams, logistics team, and airframe team.
-[[tag avionics software]]
+[[!tag avionics software]]
diff --git a/news/2002-05-26.mdwn b/news/2002-05-26.mdwn
index 2f385a2..4d242d5 100644
--- a/news/2002-05-26.mdwn
+++ b/news/2002-05-26.mdwn
@@ -13,4 +13,4 @@ We went over more 18F458 stuff, including:
Andrew downloaded MPLAB 5.95 (beta of 6.00) which be ok - need to get the USB ICD2 working at 40MHz to make it worth our while to jump.
-[[tag avionics software]]
+[[!tag avionics software]]
diff --git a/news/2002-05-28.mdwn b/news/2002-05-28.mdwn
index 4f0089f..6549d4e 100644
--- a/news/2002-05-28.mdwn
+++ b/news/2002-05-28.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2002-05-28 - James hacks away on FC, Andrew on the beginnings of PicCore"]]
+[[!meta title="2002-05-28 - James hacks away on FC, Andrew on the beginnings of PicCore"]]
Participants: Andrew, James, and no one else you lazy bastards.
@@ -7,4 +7,4 @@ You WISH you knew what happened. Well, ok, here you go:
- James implemented the CAN widget which connects the [[CanMuxer]] to the [[CanDriver]] so that we can actually talk CAN with [[CanMuxer]].
- Andrew cranked on [[PicCore]] CAN drivers for the 18F and then made the mistake of asking James how he organizes his files. In a fit of obsessive-compulsive behavior, he began reorganizing the 18FDEMO project into a real live well-orgnized (we hope) firmware project. About time.
-[[tag avionics software]]
+[[!tag avionics software]]
diff --git a/news/2002-06-04.mdwn b/news/2002-06-04.mdwn
index f3d8f06..4eaca82 100644
--- a/news/2002-06-04.mdwn
+++ b/news/2002-06-04.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2002-06-04 - General Meeting: Reschedule of 6/21 launch to 8/3"]]
+[[!meta title="2002-06-04 - General Meeting: Reschedule of 6/21 launch to 8/3"]]
**June 21-22 Launch Scrub**
@@ -14,4 +14,4 @@
- Should be enough time for a good system test - see the [[Schedule]] page for our July 20th Systems Test (at OMSI!).
- More rescheduling news soon.
-[[tag announcement general]]
+[[!tag announcement general]]
diff --git a/news/2002-06-18.mdwn b/news/2002-06-18.mdwn
index f770083..96549d5 100644
--- a/news/2002-06-18.mdwn
+++ b/news/2002-06-18.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2002-06-18 - Project timeline until the scheduled 8/3 launch"]]
+[[!meta title="2002-06-18 - Project timeline until the scheduled 8/3 launch"]]
Participants: Andrew, Paul, Nate (Davenport), David, Nathan (Matsuda), Bart, James, Larry, Jamey. New folks: Greg (Cheong)
@@ -32,4 +32,4 @@ To do:
- James to debug the can driver to can muxer to client integration.
- Jamey, Nathan, Greg, and David have task assignments on the [[RocketView]] page.
-[[tag software avionics]]
+[[!tag software avionics]]
diff --git a/news/2002-06-24.mdwn b/news/2002-06-24.mdwn
index 737fef6..47137ad 100644
--- a/news/2002-06-24.mdwn
+++ b/news/2002-06-24.mdwn
@@ -18,7 +18,7 @@ More testing with actual flight hardware will be performed.
[[unloadedcutter\_00016.jpg|news/2002-06-24/unloadedcutter_00016.jpg]]
-[[tag airframe]]
+[[!tag airframe]]
----
Attachments:
diff --git a/news/2002-06-25.mdwn b/news/2002-06-25.mdwn
index 1ed2535..21f8c3e 100644
--- a/news/2002-06-25.mdwn
+++ b/news/2002-06-25.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2002-06-25 - Paul and Nate's CAN node dev system finally up and running"]]
+[[!meta title="2002-06-25 - Paul and Nate's CAN node dev system finally up and running"]]
**Participants:** Andrew, Paul, Nate, David, Jamey, Greg, Tim. New folks: Marcus, Pradeep
@@ -13,4 +13,4 @@
- LV2CORE firmware framework (see [[CanNodeFirmware]])
- MCP2510 development board w/ Kvaser's CAN King software v4.0.1
-[[tag avionics software]]
+[[!tag avionics software]]
diff --git a/news/2002-07-07.mdwn b/news/2002-07-07.mdwn
index 4b09894..38eabf9 100644
--- a/news/2002-07-07.mdwn
+++ b/news/2002-07-07.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2002-07-07 - Getting CAN nodes working w/PicCore"]]
+[[!meta title="2002-07-07 - Getting CAN nodes working w/PicCore"]]
**Participants:** Andrew, Paul, Nate, Jamey and James.
@@ -12,4 +12,4 @@ We're on our way!
<center>[[mess-o-wires.jpg]]<br><em>This picture doesn&#39;t do it justice, but the term &quot;rat&#39;s nest&quot; was applicable today.</em></center>
-[[tag software avionics]]
+[[!tag software avionics]]
diff --git a/news/2002-07-08.mdwn b/news/2002-07-08.mdwn
index d635278..9679777 100644
--- a/news/2002-07-08.mdwn
+++ b/news/2002-07-08.mdwn
@@ -8,4 +8,4 @@ The final fin design was reached. The first aluminum fin tab was cut to size and
Once set the fin shape will be cut from the sandwich.<br />[[Fin1layup0.jpg]]<br /><br />[[Fin1layup.jpg]]
-[[tag airframe]]
+[[!tag airframe]]
diff --git a/news/2002-07-09.mdwn b/news/2002-07-09.mdwn
index c3aee5a..686b898 100644
--- a/news/2002-07-09.mdwn
+++ b/news/2002-07-09.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2002-07-09 - General Meeting: Launch logistics for 8/3"]]
+[[!meta title="2002-07-09 - General Meeting: Launch logistics for 8/3"]]
----
@@ -22,4 +22,4 @@
- **Airframe:**
- **Avionics:** The framework for the CAN firmware is done, so now we're desperately coding for the various CAN nodes (IMU, GPS, ATV overlay board, etc.). We're also working on code to test the 802.11b communication channel between the FC and ground computers, and of course working on the ground computer software (rocketview) to display the data. We're also working hard on getting patch antennas made before the 7/20 test, and driving the airframe team nuts with our strange requirements for mounting them.
-[[tag general]]
+[[!tag general]]
diff --git a/news/2002-07-11.mdwn b/news/2002-07-11.mdwn
index 02a6f9d..0ca1573 100644
--- a/news/2002-07-11.mdwn
+++ b/news/2002-07-11.mdwn
@@ -12,4 +12,4 @@ Photos:<br /> 1) completed layup of first fin. Awaiting final shape.<br /> 2) Mo
<br />[[fin1final.jpg]]<br />[[centering.jpg]]<br />[[backlit.jpg]]
-[[tag airframe]]
+[[!tag airframe]]
diff --git a/news/2002-07-15.mdwn b/news/2002-07-15.mdwn
index b927847..a3588f0 100644
--- a/news/2002-07-15.mdwn
+++ b/news/2002-07-15.mdwn
@@ -14,4 +14,4 @@ Will meet again Wednesday to do 4th and final fin.<br />
Photos:<br /> 1) Maggie and Cathy wetting fiberglass for 3rd fin. <br />[[fin3layup.jpg]]
-[[tag airframe]]
+[[!tag airframe]]
diff --git a/news/2002-07-20.mdwn b/news/2002-07-20.mdwn
index be57347..958e18f 100644
--- a/news/2002-07-20.mdwn
+++ b/news/2002-07-20.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2002-07-20 - System Test at OMSI's Space Day"]]
+[[!meta title="2002-07-20 - System Test at OMSI's Space Day"]]
The system test at OMSI was a lot of working with not a lot of results, but it was a fun day. Kudos to all who showed up to make this happen, especially Larry for setting it up and Brian and Jimmy for hauling the heavy stuff. Larry, Bart, Andrew, Paul, James, Jamey, Brian, Jimmy and Jim all showed up today. After arriving at 8:30am, we eventually left OMSI around 6:30pm.
@@ -140,4 +140,4 @@ Brian's pictures from the event:
- Fire Control equipment - NA
- FRS radios - Andrew &amp; Bart
-[[tag event]]
+[[!tag event]]
diff --git a/news/2002-07-21.mdwn b/news/2002-07-21.mdwn
index 4ea531d..3ae761a 100644
--- a/news/2002-07-21.mdwn
+++ b/news/2002-07-21.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2002-07-21 - More to-do items; got LV1b 2m receiver to work, and tested it"]]
+[[!meta title="2002-07-21 - More to-do items; got LV1b 2m receiver to work, and tested it"]]
Who: Paul, Nate, Glenn, Andrew
@@ -9,4 +9,4 @@ To do:
- Paul is mounting the 2m system to the bottom of the recovery module with two large L brackets as soon as he can.
- Andrew and Glenn are still working on cylindrical patch antennas.
-[[tag avionics]]
+[[!tag avionics]]
diff --git a/news/2002-07-31.mdwn b/news/2002-07-31.mdwn
index 0353ed4..d6e81d8 100644
--- a/news/2002-07-31.mdwn
+++ b/news/2002-07-31.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2002-07-31 - General Meeting: Launch logistics for 8/3"]]
+[[!meta title="2002-07-31 - General Meeting: Launch logistics for 8/3"]]
----
@@ -102,4 +102,4 @@ Everyone should bring:
- Money for food, hotel and such (at least $30)
- Shovels, fire extinguishers, etc.
-[[tag announcement general]]
+[[!tag announcement general]]
diff --git a/news/2002-08-01.mdwn b/news/2002-08-01.mdwn
index d1f3b74..bbb1cfd 100644
--- a/news/2002-08-01.mdwn
+++ b/news/2002-08-01.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2002-08-01 - Announcement: 8/3 launch canceled due to fire danger"]]
+[[!meta title="2002-08-01 - Announcement: 8/3 launch canceled due to fire danger"]]
----
@@ -8,4 +8,4 @@ Despite planning on taking precautions (such as reducing launch team to a skelet
As discussed earlier, this means the next launch will be September 20-22, 2002 in the Black Rock Desert of Nevada at "BALLS 2002".
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+[[!tag announcement]]
diff --git a/news/2002-08-06.mdwn b/news/2002-08-06.mdwn
index fdc970b..d6c55b6 100644
--- a/news/2002-08-06.mdwn
+++ b/news/2002-08-06.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2002-08-06 - ATV and FC node work"]]
+[[!meta title="2002-08-06 - ATV and FC node work"]]
Jamey, Nate, Markus, Dave and James attended.
@@ -12,4 +12,4 @@ James recompiled the can driver and utilities for the 2.4.18 kernel and demonstr
-- [[JamesPerkins]] - 06 Aug 2002 <br />
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+[[!tag software]]
diff --git a/news/2002-08-11.mdwn b/news/2002-08-11.mdwn
index b1aa68f..d091c7e 100644
--- a/news/2002-08-11.mdwn
+++ b/news/2002-08-11.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2002-08-11 - Paul and Andrew discuss GPS node processing"]]
+[[!meta title="2002-08-11 - Paul and Andrew discuss GPS node processing"]]
Who: Paul, Andrew &amp; Tim
@@ -6,4 +6,4 @@ Since everyone else slacked off (real lives? what real lives?) Paul and Andrew d
Tim showed up and we talked about simulating elements and cylindrical patch antennas using Clementine. He's going to take that on over the next three weeks (go Tim go).
-[[tag avionics]]
+[[!tag avionics]]
diff --git a/news/2002-08-13.mdwn b/news/2002-08-13.mdwn
index 158cb6c..a15bcb1 100644
--- a/news/2002-08-13.mdwn
+++ b/news/2002-08-13.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2002-08-13 - Overview of what needs to be done; James' notes on FC update"]]
+[[!meta title="2002-08-13 - Overview of what needs to be done; James' notes on FC update"]]
Who: Paul, Andrew, James, Jamey, Michael, Larry, Bart, Markus
@@ -53,4 +53,4 @@ If we actually accomplish all of this (miracle?) then we'll have the completed L
- FC: updated /etc/lilo.conf, reran lilo -v, rebooted, it works
- laptop: started looking at replacing aclocal/autoconfig/automake with hand-coded Makefiles
-[[tag avionics software]]
+[[!tag avionics software]]
diff --git a/news/2002-08-18.mdwn b/news/2002-08-18.mdwn
index 3c9ca8a..3dfd7ed 100644
--- a/news/2002-08-18.mdwn
+++ b/news/2002-08-18.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2002-08-18 - Larry goes it alone working on 2m radio interface"]]
+[[!meta title="2002-08-18 - Larry goes it alone working on 2m radio interface"]]
12:20 Well, I'm the only one here, and I've been here since 11:30 (with a brief appearance at about 11:05 before I went for coffee...)
@@ -12,4 +12,4 @@ I'll try to get the GUI built tonite before bed. It should be simple...right?
Larry -- [[LarryLeach]] - 18 Aug 2002 <br />
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+[[!tag software]]
diff --git a/news/2002-08-20.mdwn b/news/2002-08-20.mdwn
index ee94f02..f8b559b 100644
--- a/news/2002-08-20.mdwn
+++ b/news/2002-08-20.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2002-08-20 - PicCore lecture; James starts hacking FC software together"]]
+[[!meta title="2002-08-20 - PicCore lecture; James starts hacking FC software together"]]
Who: Nate, Andrew, James, Jamey, Markus, Brian G.
@@ -7,4 +7,4 @@ Who: Nate, Andrew, James, Jamey, Markus, Brian G.
- Andrew went over the CAN node "core" firmware, including the can driver and serial driver while Jamey heckled.
- Brian G. got sucked into the project - he'll be working in java on rocketview and other programming stuff.
-[[tag software avionics]]
+[[!tag software avionics]]
diff --git a/news/2002-08-25.mdwn b/news/2002-08-25.mdwn
index a7600ea..aa3e5b8 100644
--- a/news/2002-08-25.mdwn
+++ b/news/2002-08-25.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2002-08-25 - ATV hardware &amp; distro board designed. Jupiter boards programmed. Ate pizza."]]
+[[!meta title="2002-08-25 - ATV hardware &amp; distro board designed. Jupiter boards programmed. Ate pizza."]]
Who: Nate, Andrew, Jamey, Paul
@@ -8,4 +8,4 @@ Who: Nate, Andrew, Jamey, Paul
- Paul sat around playing with his PowerBook and counting his fingers.
- We ate pizza.
-[[tag avionics software]]
+[[!tag avionics software]]
diff --git a/news/2002-08-27.mdwn b/news/2002-08-27.mdwn
index 96ec1d3..e014203 100644
--- a/news/2002-08-27.mdwn
+++ b/news/2002-08-27.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2002-08-27 - GPS CAN node done; Clementine determined to be broken"]]
+[[!meta title="2002-08-27 - GPS CAN node done; Clementine determined to be broken"]]
### <a name="Where: At Andrew&#39;s house Who: N"></a> Where: At Andrew's house <br /> Who: Nate, Andrew, Jamey, Paul, Tim
@@ -18,4 +18,4 @@
...Anyone else?
-[[tag avionics software comm]]
+[[!tag avionics software comm]]
diff --git a/news/2002-08-29.mdwn b/news/2002-08-29.mdwn
index 45599fb..9ecc27f 100644
--- a/news/2002-08-29.mdwn
+++ b/news/2002-08-29.mdwn
@@ -4,4 +4,4 @@
Simple avionics mounting platformed attached <br /><br /> Construction: <br /> 0.06" THK 6061T6 Aluminum <br /> 15.75" length <br /><br /> needs to excess material removed to reduce weight. <br />[[amps.jpg]]
-[[tag airframe]]
+[[!tag airframe]]
diff --git a/news/2002-09-08.mdwn b/news/2002-09-08.mdwn
index e6d3eb9..5d2d30e 100644
--- a/news/2002-09-08.mdwn
+++ b/news/2002-09-08.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2002-09-08 - ATV distro board and PicCore @ Andrew's; Software @ FAB CS lounge"]]
+[[!meta title="2002-09-08 - ATV distro board and PicCore @ Andrew's; Software @ FAB CS lounge"]]
### <a name="Where: At Andrew&#39;s house Who: A"></a> Where: At Andrew's house <br /> Who: Andrew, Michael
@@ -13,4 +13,4 @@
- Larry got his DTMF dialing code and simple menu interface to produce speaker output with the desired tones for the RF backup uplink.
- Jamey assisted Larry and came up with a directory plan for the new CVS repository -- which will be hosted at cvs.psas.pdx.edu, and will include directories for all kinds of ground control, tower, flight computer, and can node software. It will have a hierarchy to easily find, compile, and access code modules written in PIC, C, Java, common libraries and common includes.
-[[tag avionics software]]
+[[!tag avionics software]]
diff --git a/news/2002-09-10.mdwn b/news/2002-09-10.mdwn
index 8b38062..60bbc98 100644
--- a/news/2002-09-10.mdwn
+++ b/news/2002-09-10.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2002-09-10 - Hardware work @ Andrew's; Software @ FAB CS lounge: telemetry client works"]]
+[[!meta title="2002-09-10 - Hardware work @ Andrew's; Software @ FAB CS lounge: telemetry client works"]]
### <a name="Where: At Andrew&#39;s house Who: A"></a> Where: At Andrew's house <br /> Who: Andrew, Michael
@@ -23,4 +23,4 @@ Stauts: Once we get the Power/Umbilical distribution board and the LT micro modi
[[bcast\_pkt\_recpt.jpg|news/2002-09-10/bcast_pkt_recpt.jpg]]
-[[tag avionics software]]
+[[!tag avionics software]]
diff --git a/news/2002-09-19.mdwn b/news/2002-09-19.mdwn
index 33a8ecc..d683324 100644
--- a/news/2002-09-19.mdwn
+++ b/news/2002-09-19.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2002-09-19 - Tuning 1.3GHz and 2.4GHz helical antennas @ the PSU microwave lab"]]
+[[!meta title="2002-09-19 - Tuning 1.3GHz and 2.4GHz helical antennas @ the PSU microwave lab"]]
Nate and I (Andrew) tuned the 2.422GHz and 1.277GHz helical antennas with Phillip Wong's help using the HP network analyzer in PSU's microwave lab.
@@ -46,7 +46,7 @@ We cut cable B's SMA cable off since it was weird and did a half-assed job of to
Thanks to Phillip, who made this first test possible!
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+[[!tag comm]]
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diff --git a/news/2002-09-22.mdwn b/news/2002-09-22.mdwn
index 91bce3c..ad11d74 100644
--- a/news/2002-09-22.mdwn
+++ b/news/2002-09-22.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2002-09-22 - Successful launch of LV2 in the Black Rock Desert of Nevada"]]
+[[!meta title="2002-09-22 - Successful launch of LV2 in the Black Rock Desert of Nevada"]]
After more than two years of work, "Launch Vehicle No. 2", or LV2, had a near perfect first flight.
@@ -27,7 +27,7 @@ More pictures can be found at James' image [gallery](http://www.loowit.net/galle
You can find the raw data from the Emmanual Avionics flight computer we used for this launch [[here|news/2002-09-22/data]].
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+[[!tag event]]
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diff --git a/news/2002-10-01.mdwn b/news/2002-10-01.mdwn
index eee4426..285783b 100644
--- a/news/2002-10-01.mdwn
+++ b/news/2002-10-01.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2002-10-01 - Linux 2.6 lecture at OGI; General Meeting at McMenamin's Cornelius Pass Road House"]]
+[[!meta title="2002-10-01 - Linux 2.6 lecture at OGI; General Meeting at McMenamin's Cornelius Pass Road House"]]
We met at the [Oregon Graduate Institute](http://www.ogi.edu) and attended a lecture on the upcoming Linux 2.6 kernel. You should eventually be able to find the slides of the lecture - which was quite good - at the [Portland Linux Users Group web site](http://www.pdxlinux.org).
@@ -10,4 +10,4 @@ After the meeting we went to the [McMenamin's Cornelius Pass Road House](http://
4. Wes, who showed up via Nate, might be interested in doing his senior capstone on the redesign of the launch tower computer.
5. It looks like we may try to go for an April launch date -- the weekend after spring turn starts (so that we have all of spring break to actually work on the rocket). But, that means a go/no-go decision BEFORE we file the FAA waiver 45 days before the launch (around February 15th).
-[[tag general]]
+[[!tag general]]
diff --git a/news/2002-11-05.mdwn b/news/2002-11-05.mdwn
index b0d488d..bf20049 100644
--- a/news/2002-11-05.mdwn
+++ b/news/2002-11-05.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2002-11-05 - General Meeting: Scheduling for 2003"]]
+[[!meta title="2002-11-05 - General Meeting: Scheduling for 2003"]]
### <a name="Proposed Schedule"></a> Proposed Schedule
@@ -29,4 +29,4 @@ The current airframe needs to have the damaged from the last launch fixed. Appar
Finish up of the current hardware. Debugging of the FC software framework. Implementation of the flight state machine. There's a lot of work to be done, but a working system is very close.
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+[[!tag general]]
diff --git a/news/2002-11-17.mdwn b/news/2002-11-17.mdwn
index 5612b57..a30f718 100644
--- a/news/2002-11-17.mdwn
+++ b/news/2002-11-17.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2002-11-17 - FC infrastructure, 802.11b network architecture"]]
+[[!meta title="2002-11-17 - FC infrastructure, 802.11b network architecture"]]
Attendees: James, Jamey, Larry, David, Andrew, Marcus, Paul, Nathan
@@ -119,4 +119,4 @@ How to talk to LV2 and make it do stuff:
[[lv2\_network.jpg|news/2002-11-17/lv2_network.jpg]]
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+[[!tag software]]
diff --git a/news/2003-01-07.mdwn b/news/2003-01-07.mdwn
index 25112f4..010285a 100644
--- a/news/2003-01-07.mdwn
+++ b/news/2003-01-07.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2003-01-07 - 5/4/2003 is freeze and launch call. 1/26 kickoff meeting scheduled."]]
+[[!meta title="2003-01-07 - 5/4/2003 is freeze and launch call. 1/26 kickoff meeting scheduled."]]
Attendees: Andrew, Brian, Ray, Paul, Michael, Dave, Myles, Mick, Ted, Bart, James, Tim, Dennis, Maggie, Jamey, Larry
@@ -64,4 +64,4 @@ Tim will be making things explode (pyro board).
Glenn needs help, Dennis can probably help him. We need an ultra-small 2m reciever. Andrew will email Dennis a spec. 2m FM RX on rocket, maybe even digitally tunable (easily tunable), tiny. Vibration resistent (no air coils). MC13135.
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+[[!tag general]]
diff --git a/news/2003-01-28.mdwn b/news/2003-01-28.mdwn
index cc5c05c..fd5e966 100644
--- a/news/2003-01-28.mdwn
+++ b/news/2003-01-28.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2003-01-28 - EAGLE PCB CAD Workshop"]]
+[[!meta title="2003-01-28 - EAGLE PCB CAD Workshop"]]
Tim and Andrew put on a 2 hour workshop for the EAGLE PCB CAD tool. For more information - along with a free download - see <http://www.cadsoft.de/>. Why did we choose EAGLE? Well, in the PSAS we like to use freely available tools which work under both Linux and Windows. EAGLE fits the free, cross platform bill, with some limitations:
@@ -182,7 +182,7 @@ The Eagle User Language Program (.ulp files) is some strange pascal like languag
For possibly updated scripts and the latest PSAS eagle library plus other useful information<br /> SEE THE [[EagleCad]] PAGE.
-[[tag avionics event]]
+[[!tag avionics event]]
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diff --git a/news/2003-02-19.mdwn b/news/2003-02-19.mdwn
index 21cecc2..e69f291 100644
--- a/news/2003-02-19.mdwn
+++ b/news/2003-02-19.mdwn
@@ -22,4 +22,4 @@ Larry needs to finish launch checklists.
-- [[JamesPerkins]] - 19 Feb 2003
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+[[!tag software]]
diff --git a/news/2003-02-26.mdwn b/news/2003-02-26.mdwn
index 4b9ce28..2ac26d1 100644
--- a/news/2003-02-26.mdwn
+++ b/news/2003-02-26.mdwn
@@ -29,4 +29,4 @@ I have a cron job set up that uses email to notify assignees of actions that are
-- [[JamesPerkins]] - 26 Feb 2003
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+[[!tag software]]
diff --git a/news/2003-03-05.mdwn b/news/2003-03-05.mdwn
index dfd69b4..8e6183f 100644
--- a/news/2003-03-05.mdwn
+++ b/news/2003-03-05.mdwn
@@ -82,4 +82,4 @@ Here were some names we tried for the process that takes raw position/etc. info
[[JamesPerkins]] - 05 Mar 2003
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+[[!tag software]]
diff --git a/news/2003-03-11.mdwn b/news/2003-03-11.mdwn
index a53c00d..2f2476c 100644
--- a/news/2003-03-11.mdwn
+++ b/news/2003-03-11.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2003-03-11 - Recovery node design review"]]
+[[!meta title="2003-03-11 - Recovery node design review"]]
Today's meeting was a design review of the [[LV2 Recovery Node|RecoveryNodeLV2]], the CAN node which fires the pyrotechnic charges which deploy the recovery system (parachutes). Tim did the design, and broke up the node into four schematics: The Switching Power Supply (SPS), Battery Backup (BB), Highly Available Power Supply (HAP), and pyrotechnic firing circuit (PYRO).
@@ -48,7 +48,7 @@ Here are a Michael's notes (thanks Michael!) with Andrew's (AG) appended.
Some other issues: The control lines to the pll are missing. The pll needs four lines, a clock, data in, data out (so what went in can be verified) and enable. My notes that I am doing in liew of short term memory will contain the needed data. Am doing up the board, but The Schematic has ERRORS in it. I need to revise it in a couple of small ways, but the existing one isn't right. I caught this doing my layout for the board. [[DennisYoung]] - 01 Jun 2003
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+[[!tag avionics]]
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diff --git a/news/2003-03-12.mdwn b/news/2003-03-12.mdwn
index 8227e5e..be81cc8 100644
--- a/news/2003-03-12.mdwn
+++ b/news/2003-03-12.mdwn
@@ -42,4 +42,4 @@ THings we need to work on
-- [[JamesPerkins]] - 12 Mar 2003
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+[[!tag software]]
diff --git a/news/2003-04-01.mdwn b/news/2003-04-01.mdwn
index ddcf282..4ee6c5d 100644
--- a/news/2003-04-01.mdwn
+++ b/news/2003-04-01.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2003-04-01 - General Meeting: rescheduled June 2003 launch"]]
+[[!meta title="2003-04-01 - General Meeting: rescheduled June 2003 launch"]]
### <a name="Team Updates"></a> Team Updates
@@ -20,4 +20,4 @@ We've decided to just scrap the LV2 project and begin immediate work on an X Pri
Just think what we could do with that $10M!
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+[[!tag general]]
diff --git a/news/2003-04-16.mdwn b/news/2003-04-16.mdwn
index bc76d9e..b9392f7 100644
--- a/news/2003-04-16.mdwn
+++ b/news/2003-04-16.mdwn
@@ -45,4 +45,4 @@ James needs to go off and spent time on this. Everyone had red eyeballs and left
-- [[JamesPerkins]] - 16 Apr 2003
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+[[!tag software]]
diff --git a/news/2003-05-13.mdwn b/news/2003-05-13.mdwn
index bf49314..4518cd3 100644
--- a/news/2003-05-13.mdwn
+++ b/news/2003-05-13.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2003-05-13 - General Meeting: Ixnay summer, aim for 9/19 in Nevada; Need USENIX help"]]
+[[!meta title="2003-05-13 - General Meeting: Ixnay summer, aim for 9/19 in Nevada; Need USENIX help"]]
### <a name="No go on summer launch; reschedu"></a> No go on summer launch; rescheduled for September in Nevada
@@ -10,4 +10,4 @@ A [[paper|Usenix2003Paper]] written by James, Andrew, Jamey and Dave C. was acce
We're going to need a lot of help in the next month getting organized for the conference. In particular, we need people to help make posters (in electronic format), get the avionics system ready for display, and in general, get stuff done on the rocket for the conference.
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+[[!tag general]]
diff --git a/news/2003-05-23.mdwn b/news/2003-05-23.mdwn
index b6d09b6..60b6727 100644
--- a/news/2003-05-23.mdwn
+++ b/news/2003-05-23.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2003-05-23 - Dave T designs v1 CPA's on RT Duroid PCB"]]
+[[!meta title="2003-05-23 - Dave T designs v1 CPA's on RT Duroid PCB"]]
Using Excel and EAGLE, Dave T created a GPS (1.575 GHz) and WiFi (2.422 GHz) antenna on a single piece of RT Duroid. Attached are the design files and his writeup.
@@ -9,7 +9,7 @@ Tests of the actual antenna.:
1. First tests, on the PSU HP 8357E VNA: [[news/2003-06-04]]
2. Second tests, at Xerox's Anechoic chamber: [[news/2003-06-10]]
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diff --git a/news/2003-06-02.mdwn b/news/2003-06-02.mdwn
index 038d220..2c359df 100644
--- a/news/2003-06-02.mdwn
+++ b/news/2003-06-02.mdwn
@@ -54,4 +54,4 @@ However, I'd like to encourage people to meet this coming Sunday, from noon to a
Good job everyone.
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+[[!tag software]]
diff --git a/news/2003-06-04.mdwn b/news/2003-06-04.mdwn
index 34645ea..500daae 100644
--- a/news/2003-06-04.mdwn
+++ b/news/2003-06-04.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2003-06-04 - Measurements of v1 CPA's in PSU's Microwave Lab"]]
+[[!meta title="2003-06-04 - Measurements of v1 CPA's in PSU's Microwave Lab"]]
Before we headed out to the Xerox anechoic chamber (and thus get some kind of idea of the CPA's propogation), we wanted to test the SWR of the antennas. So we brought the antenn down to the PSU microwave lab.
@@ -12,7 +12,7 @@ Here's the data, from an Excel import of the data:
<center>[[v1 Wifi 2.422GHz Cyndrical Patch Antenna SWR vs frequency|news/2003-06-04/v1_wifi_cpa_swr.png]] [[v1 GPS 1.575GHz Cyndrical Patch Antenna SWR vs frequency|news/2003-06-04/v1_gps_cpa_swr.png]]</center>
</div>
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diff --git a/news/2003-06-09-slashdot.mdwn b/news/2003-06-09-slashdot.mdwn
index 36716ed..3d69631 100644
--- a/news/2003-06-09-slashdot.mdwn
+++ b/news/2003-06-09-slashdot.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2003-06-09 - PSAS site Slashdotted due to Wired News article, but stayed up"]]
+[[!meta title="2003-06-09 - PSAS site Slashdotted due to Wired News article, but stayed up"]]
The PSAS Website was slashdotted on Jun 9, 2003. [[AndrewGreenberg]] was interviewed and at 2am January 9, 2003, the [article](http://wired.com/news/culture/0,1284,59144,00.html) appeared at [Wired News](http://wired.com/news). (Note that there are few technical inaccuracies in the article.)
@@ -35,4 +35,4 @@ If you are a [[PsasGroup]] member, you can view the webalizer statistics at <htt
-- [[JamesPerkins]] - 17 Jun 2003
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+[[!tag announcement]]
diff --git a/news/2003-06-09.mdwn b/news/2003-06-09.mdwn
index ef9d5c6..b804324 100644
--- a/news/2003-06-09.mdwn
+++ b/news/2003-06-09.mdwn
@@ -40,4 +40,4 @@ THANKS to everyone for their contributions, and a special thanks to Andrew, Jame
-- [[JamesPerkins]] - 17 Jun 2003
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+[[!tag software]]
diff --git a/news/2003-06-10.mdwn b/news/2003-06-10.mdwn
index a931434..d95c157 100644
--- a/news/2003-06-10.mdwn
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@@ -1,13 +1,13 @@
-[[meta title="2003-06-10 - Test of v1 CPA's at Xerox's anechoic chamber"]]
+[[!meta title="2003-06-10 - Test of v1 CPA's at Xerox's anechoic chamber"]]
## <a name="From Xerox"></a> From Xerox
Tom arranged for Dave, Glenn and Andrew to use Xerox's semi-anechoic chamber for antenna testing. Dave Crawford, who runs the RF lab there, kindly let us use the lab for a few hours and helped us take measurements of both the cylindrical patch antennas and the slot antennas.
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2003-06-10/dave_antenna_an_anechoic_chamber.jpg size="320x240"]] [[img news/2003-06-10/dave_and_dave.jpg size="320x240"]] [[img news/2003-06-10/running_tests.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2003-06-10/dave_antenna_an_anechoic_chamber.jpg size="320x240"]] [[!img news/2003-06-10/dave_and_dave.jpg size="320x240"]] [[!img news/2003-06-10/running_tests.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
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Unfortanately, the data we took during these tests turned out to be invalid because of too much attenuation in the measurement lines and network analyzer.
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diff --git a/news/2003-06-12.mdwn b/news/2003-06-12.mdwn
index 3e8be61..a20d83d 100644
--- a/news/2003-06-12.mdwn
+++ b/news/2003-06-12.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2003-06-12 - PSAS presentation and exhibit at the USENIX Annual Technical Conference in San Antonio, TX"]]
+[[!meta title="2003-06-12 - PSAS presentation and exhibit at the USENIX Annual Technical Conference in San Antonio, TX"]]
**Sunday June 8th: Brian leaves, no sleep for the software team**
@@ -13,7 +13,7 @@ The software team gets together Monday night in FAB 155 for YANL (Yet Another La
Brian keeps driving.
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2003-06-12/on_the_road.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2003-06-12/on_the_road.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
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**Tuesday June 10th: We... all... neeed... sleeeepp... zzzzzz**
@@ -35,7 +35,7 @@ Ted and Andrew burn rubber to the airport. There is a few sweaty moments when we
Finally, Ted and Andrew hooked up with the already present PSU folks at the hotel and a bunch of us go out for dinner. Amazingly, geeks have taken over the Marriott Rivercenter hotel - they're everywhere. In the lobby. In the elevators. In the bathrooms. The sheer number of laptops was astounding. Every available outlet in the lobby was being used... and then some people brought extension cords and outlet strips...
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- <center>[[img news/2003-06-12/geeks_in_lobby.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2003-06-12/geeks_in_lobby.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
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In true PSAS style, Andrew and Ted turn the hotel room into a technological explosion zone as we check on everything and try and get ready for the next day. We even managed to hack a copy of Morgan's beautiful "System Diagram and Network Topology" poster into the "Avionics Block Diagram". We now have _two_ posters. Wow, we're cool.
@@ -53,19 +53,19 @@ We finally hit the sack at 5:30am.
We woke up at 8:00am; it sucked to be us. We began setting up the launch tower and display, which went pretty fast. Ted and Andrew took off to hear Neal Stephenson (author of Snowcrash, Cryptonomicon, Zodiac, The Diamond Age, etc.). Andrew's a Stephenson fan, but Ted and Brian were lost to the coolness of the event. The talk was interesting, comparing the writing process with the coding process. Later, he stopped by our booth and chatted with us for quite a while; he's into rocketry himself and seemed to like our work. How cool is that? Of course, we never thought to take a photo or get an autograph. Doh!
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- <center>[[img news/2003-06-12/setup.jpg size="240x320"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2003-06-12/setup.jpg size="240x320"]]</center>
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While raising the launch tower we ran into a bit of a problem; due to OSHA regulations we weren't allowed to raise the tower without outriggers. So Ted ran to a local Home Depot and picked up a billion things which we needed - some bolts, nuts, stuff to make a display stand for LV1, etc. Finally, a bit late, we were ready.
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2003-06-12/psas_exhibit.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2003-06-12/psas_exhibit.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
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People started streaming in at noon. As you entered the hall, the first thing you saw was... us. A 20' tall launch tower with a 11' rocket mounted on it, lots of electronics on the table, and couple of very tired looking people. So of course, folks walked straight into the room and asked us questions. It was great; we were answering questions, demoing the avionics system, and rolling our eyes at pathetic rocket jokes.
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2003-06-12/brian_explaining.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2003-06-12/brian_explaining.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
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The avionics system demo was _fantastic_. The inertial measurement unit was sending data once a second over the CAN bus to the flight computer. The flight computer then broadcasted it over the wireless link to a laptop running rocketview. We hadn't had a chance to solder up a battery pack yet, so we were still tethered to the table... except of course, when people unplugged the shore power cord asking "what's this?". Augh! We must have suddenly powered down like four times. Later in the day, we got around to soldering up a battery pack which put and end to that.
@@ -75,13 +75,13 @@ We also had a small bug in the ATV receiver - it just stopped working. Turns out
At least we can say that we were the only people at USENIX (that we know of) to whip out a soldering iron and do hardware work. Now that's a geek honor.
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2003-06-12/bagels_and_soldering_irons.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2003-06-12/bagels_and_soldering_irons.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
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That evening we did what anyone in San Antonio is obligated to do. We had dinner on the River Walk that runs through the city, and went to the... uh... the.... oh yeah, the Alamo.
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+ <center>[[!img news/2003-06-12/ted_and_flower.jpg size="320x212"]] [[!img news/2003-06-12/dont_forget_the.jpg size="320x240"]] [[!img news/2003-06-12/san_antonio_riverwalk.jpg size="360x270"]]</center>
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**Friday June 13th: Day Two, Birds of Feather Session**
@@ -89,7 +89,7 @@ That evening we did what anyone in San Antonio is obligated to do. We had dinner
Day two opened at 10am with a thousand IBM people flooding the exhibit hall, from some IBM center in Austin. Surprisingly, we did just as much talking Friday as the day before... usually it's much quieter the second day, but not for us. We met the Linux BIOS (<http://www.linuxbios.org/>) guys, who were totally geeked out on us. And us on them: they think that we can get our boot time from the current ~60s to (get this) THREE SECONDS. We're all over that. We're currently working with them to get a Linux BIOS port for the AMD SC520 and our MOPS520 board.
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2003-06-12/andrew_and_linuxbios_folks.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2003-06-12/andrew_and_linuxbios_folks.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
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Amy got in around noon and hung out with us for the rest of the conference, which was fun and a great help.
@@ -111,7 +111,7 @@ Now, you might ask yourself what a bunch of rocket geeks with what is essentiall
That night, the San Antonio Spurs - a basketball team, apparently - won the second to last game of the NBA playoffs. People in San Antonio went... nuts. Strangers in a strange land, we felt obligated to join in the the communal celebration of the local sports team's athletic prowess.
<div>
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+ <center>[[!img news/2003-06-12/ready_for_takeoff.jpg size="320x240"]] [[!img news/2003-06-12/water_ride.jpg size="240x320"]] [[!img news/2003-06-12/go_spurs.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
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**Sunday June 15th**
@@ -121,19 +121,19 @@ Keith, Bart and Raya headed back to Portland; the rest of us got up at 5:00am, p
Andrew got to see the actual Apollo 17 command module, the same one he saw when he was 4 on TV and started the whole space thing. Brian got to see rocket engines. Lots of them. Lots of BIG rocket engines. It was great. We all piled onto a tram tour and saw the integration and training facility the astronauts use to train on the shuttle and ISS, and also the historic mission control. The details were astounding: three IBM 360 mainframes were connected directly to the dozens of small black and white monitors and switches on the consoles - apparently there used to be enough wire in that room to go around the planet three times. Instead of email, they used pneumatic tubes to send messages and get printouts... and cigarettes. According to the tour guide, there was a thick blue haze since everyone smoked in the center during stressful missions.
<div>
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+ <center>[[!img news/2003-06-12/apollo_17_cm.jpg size="320x240"]] [[!img news/2003-06-12/historic_mission_control.jpg size="320x212"]] [[news/2003-06-12/shuttle_mockup.jpg]] [[!img news/2003-06-12/shuttle_arm_and_future_crew.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
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Then the best part: face to face with the Saturn V rocket that would have been used for Apollo 18 had NASA's funding not been cut. It was amazing. It looked like they had simply laid the flight-ready rocket on its side the day before launch and just left it there; the piping, wiring harnesses, everything was just right there.
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+ <center>[[!img news/2003-06-12/saturn_v.jpg size="320x212"]] [[!img news/2003-06-12/saturn_v_cabling.jpg size="320x240"]] [[!img news/2003-06-12/really_really_big_engines.jpg size="240x320"]]</center>
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We, of course, had to compare LV2 to the Saturn V. It was a bit... smaller.
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+ <center>[[!img news/2003-06-12/just_a_bit_smaller.jpg size="320x240"]] [[!img news/2003-06-12/lv2_and_les.jpg size="240x362"]] [[!img news/2003-06-12/we_wish.jpg size="240x362"]]</center>
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**Monday June 16th**
@@ -152,4 +152,4 @@ Thanks to the Usenix folks - we'll include Keith here - for bringing us out, and
USENIX also allowed us to push ourselves to get the avionics and ground systems to a crucial point of functionality. We're now on a path for an amazing September launch in Black Rock - congratulations, everyone!
-[[tag event]]
+[[!tag event]]
diff --git a/news/2003-06-24.mdwn b/news/2003-06-24.mdwn
index 241cdd2..6a865c2 100644
--- a/news/2003-06-24.mdwn
+++ b/news/2003-06-24.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2003-06-24 - Things to do by August 22nd"]]
+[[!meta title="2003-06-24 - Things to do by August 22nd"]]
- Need Serial and ethernet cable for LTC
- Feature freeze August 22nd.
@@ -67,4 +67,4 @@ transitions and design elements. This was attempt #6 to define the Flight
Computer State Machine. For the latest refinements, see
[[FlightComputerStateFlowSep2003]].
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+[[!tag avionics software]]
diff --git a/news/2003-07-01.mdwn b/news/2003-07-01.mdwn
index ec8325b..b6d3a2e 100644
--- a/news/2003-07-01.mdwn
+++ b/news/2003-07-01.mdwn
@@ -127,4 +127,4 @@ CAN bus Timer
-- [[JamesPerkins]] - 01 Jul 2003
-[[tag software]]
+[[!tag software]]
diff --git a/news/2003-07-08.mdwn b/news/2003-07-08.mdwn
index d9daabb..837e32f 100644
--- a/news/2003-07-08.mdwn
+++ b/news/2003-07-08.mdwn
@@ -35,4 +35,4 @@
-- [[JamesPerkins]] - 08 Jul 2003
-[[tag software]]
+[[!tag software]]
diff --git a/news/2003-07-09.mdwn b/news/2003-07-09.mdwn
index 7b2fb23..2ce0f6c 100644
--- a/news/2003-07-09.mdwn
+++ b/news/2003-07-09.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2003-07-09 - PSAS exhibit at the O'Reilly Open Source Convention in Portland"]]
+[[!meta title="2003-07-09 - PSAS exhibit at the O'Reilly Open Source Convention in Portland"]]
O'Reilly and Associates [5th annual Open Source Convention](http://conferences.oreillynet.com/os2003/) was here in Portland July 7-11, 2003. For those who don't know, O'Reilly is the book publisher that publishes all of "animal" books - the books on software, including Linux, Unixes, open source software, etc, that have black and white etches of animals on them. You've probably seen them around.
@@ -7,7 +7,7 @@ We asked the OSCon folks if they were interested in having us as an exhibit, and
Brian, Markus, and Andrew set up what was essentially the [[USENIX|news/2003-06-12]] display - launch tower, both rockets, and the working avionics system complete with ATV transmitter and receiver. Ian, Katharine, Paul and James came through the next two days to lend a hand talking with people.
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2003-07-09/oscon2003booth.JPG size="320x240"]]</center>
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We probably talked with several hundred people, although it was hard to tell: for two solid days from 10:00am - 4:30pm we talked with people. I'd say there was only about an hour plus of downtime the entire two days... it seemed to be a very well attended conference. Some of the highlights of the conference were meeting several new potential team members and also a fellow from "Nautamatic Marine Systems", which does kalman-filtered autopilot systems for fishing boats - very, very impressive stuff.
@@ -305,10 +305,10 @@ We'll be exhibiting the rocket with the following schedule:
</table>
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+ <center>[[!img news/2003-07-09/OSCON031.gif size="244x184"]]</center>
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diff --git a/news/2003-07-15.mdwn b/news/2003-07-15.mdwn
index 2d02d5d..73b1a90 100644
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+++ b/news/2003-07-15.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2003-07-15 - General Meeting"]]
+[[!meta title="2003-07-15 - General Meeting"]]
**Launch set:** Decision to aggressively pursue two launches of LV2 for 20 Sep 03 weekend.
@@ -20,4 +20,4 @@
- Avionics/Software meeting
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+[[!tag general]]
diff --git a/news/2003-07-19.mdwn b/news/2003-07-19.mdwn
index 80d9a8a..35f9833 100644
--- a/news/2003-07-19.mdwn
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@@ -1,11 +1,11 @@
-[[meta title="2003-07-19 - OMSI's Space Day: Exhibit and workshop on OMSI's &quot;front deck&quot;"]]
+[[!meta title="2003-07-19 - OMSI's Space Day: Exhibit and workshop on OMSI's &quot;front deck&quot;"]]
Larry, Ray, James, Ian, Glenn, Keith, Andrew and Brian all hung out on [OMSI](http://www.omsi.edu/)'s "front deck" - right outside the main entrance - and talked up the full PSAS display, complete with launch tower, rockets, and avionics demo.
We set up around 9:00am, and talked with folks the whole day through. Glenn and Keith both came down, and we tried tuning the rocket body to 2m. It turned out to be a very good 156MHz antenna - about 8 MHz too high to be in the amateur radio band - but even at 148MHz the VSWR was still 1.7 so it looks like Glenn and Andrew have to admit to Tim that he was... uh... errr... not wrong. The attachment points were both in the recovery module (one at the top of the cutout, and one most of the way down the cutout) so that's a big win in terms of keeping the modules independent.
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+ <center>[[!img news/2003-07-19/glenn_james_ray.jpg size="320x240"]] [[!img news/2003-07-19/psas_setup.jpg size="240x320"]] [[!img news/2003-07-19/them_crazy_oneels.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
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Thanks to Keith and Laura for the yummy ice cream sandwiches, and to Ian for yummy pizza.
@@ -24,4 +24,4 @@ And congratulations to Brian and Amy, who made it home unscathed with LV2 strapp
- More chairs; get 3 tables (2 for display, 1 for work)
- Move ashtray away from exhibit (cough, cough, hack)
-[[tag event]]
+[[!tag event]]
diff --git a/news/2003-07-20.mdwn b/news/2003-07-20.mdwn
index 68ecdf0..bbc9f5f 100644
--- a/news/2003-07-20.mdwn
+++ b/news/2003-07-20.mdwn
@@ -24,4 +24,4 @@ At this point much of the initial design work has been done for the lab scale mo
- hybrid motor components: <br />[[hybridparts.jpg]]
-[[tag propulsion]]
+[[!tag propulsion]]
diff --git a/news/2003-07-22.mdwn b/news/2003-07-22.mdwn
index 5f3ff22..4735570 100644
--- a/news/2003-07-22.mdwn
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@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2003-07-22 - Non-PDX tasks, Protocols, LTC, Rocketview API, Routers"]]
+[[!meta title="2003-07-22 - Non-PDX tasks, Protocols, LTC, Rocketview API, Routers"]]
**When/Where:**
@@ -84,4 +84,4 @@ Tom has found a port forwarder package to route UDP packets from the flight comp
Andrew and Tim had a five hour discussion about CAN IDs (before this meeting, fortunately, or I would have died of boredom) and came up with a new model that will fit better with what we need to do (which I think is really neat). I wrote notes on it here, but they have been factored off to the [[CanBusIDs]] Twiki page.
-[[tag avionics software]]
+[[!tag avionics software]]
diff --git a/news/2003-07-31.mdwn b/news/2003-07-31.mdwn
index 97ff974..4437ac1 100644
--- a/news/2003-07-31.mdwn
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@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2003-07-31 - Tests of Tap Plastic's X-30 expanding polyurethane (EPU) foam"]]
+[[!meta title="2003-07-31 - Tests of Tap Plastic's X-30 expanding polyurethane (EPU) foam"]]
**Who**: Andrew
@@ -42,7 +42,7 @@ First we just mixed some stuff up. It stuck to glass, ABS and styrene plastic..
Second we made a polyethylene mold out of a 6 x 6 x 1/8 in piece of polyethylene with three 6 x 0.5 x 1/8 in strips. This worked very well; it stuck to the polyethylene but not badly so - a little bit of bending the mold and peeling took it out just fine. So we got our first piece of 5 x 5 x 1/8 in EPU successfully. Fun. We tested one of the pieces for density and found it to be 31.7 mg/cm^3, which is 1.97 lb/ft^3: very, very close to the 2 lb/ft^3 specification.
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2003-07-31/epu_foam_test_1.jpg size="320x240"]] [[img news/2003-07-31/epu_foam_test_2.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2003-07-31/epu_foam_test_1.jpg size="320x240"]] [[!img news/2003-07-31/epu_foam_test_2.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
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Just for fun, we decided to try making a cylindrical mold which was roughly the right size for LV2 (5.25 in. OD airframe). We used the only available material, 1/32 in. thick clear polycarbonate (Lexan), and cut it into two 6 in. wide sheets, one 16.75 in. long and one ~ 16.31 in long. We rolled them up, taped the edges together with Kapton tape (what else would look as cool, really?) and then slipped them inside each other. We inserted a strip of 1/16 in. thick protoboard to seperate the cylinders and then clamped the interface with the polyethylene sticks and some C clamps. It was a bit of a challenge to pour the foamy liquid into the 1/16 in. spacing, so we just used a stick to open up the gap near where we were pouring the foam. It actually worked quite well, considering - if we had had a funnel with a &lt;= 1/8 in. tube I think it would have been very easy (and not so messy!).
@@ -50,7 +50,7 @@ Just for fun, we decided to try making a cylindrical mold which was roughly the
Note the closeup of the bubbles - this stuff is _very_ low density foam. After about 15 hours, we unclamped it and cut the Kapton tape. With a bit of coaxing, it opened along the split and stood about 1" open. That's pretty impressive given that the polycarbonate sheets had quite a bit of springyness to them... the foam did a nice job of keepin it in a cylindrical shape.
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2003-07-31/epu_foam_test_3.jpg size="320x240"]] [[img news/2003-07-31/epu_foam_test_4.jpg size="320x240"]] [[img news/2003-07-31/epu_foam_test_6.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2003-07-31/epu_foam_test_3.jpg size="320x240"]] [[!img news/2003-07-31/epu_foam_test_4.jpg size="320x240"]] [[!img news/2003-07-31/epu_foam_test_6.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
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I played with it for quite a while, flexing it open and closed, torquing it this way and that. It was pretty hardy, but the occasional "crack" noise meant that stuff was breaking.
@@ -58,17 +58,17 @@ I played with it for quite a while, flexing it open and closed, torquing it this
I then _really_ flexed it open, and got the first visible failure. The foam broke right down the center between the two sheets of polycarbonate - i.e. delaminated. Not surprisingly, it separated at the only section that didn't have a thick layer of foam on top. If we could seal the edges with a stiff but rubber glue, like a silicone rubber, I think it would have done better - still cracked, though.
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2003-07-31/epu_foam_test_5.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2003-07-31/epu_foam_test_5.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
</div>
Finally I peel tested the edge. It had a good peel strength (sort of surprising, actually). The EPU broke down the center of the thickness and came right off the polycarbonate in an equal amount.
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2003-07-31/epu_foam_test_7.jpg size="240x320"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2003-07-31/epu_foam_test_7.jpg size="240x320"]]</center>
</div>
**Conclusion:** It just might work. It's a little more brittle than we want, but if we don't over-flex it we'll be fine. it would be nice to have something more plyable, like a polyethylene or polypropylene, but this stuff will do. Note that we could actually save ourselves quite a bit of hassle by making a a straight, thick-walled polyethylene mold, and then removing the EPU from the mold after about 20 minutes, before it's fully cured. It would easily wrap around a 5" cylinder at that point, so it would save us the headache of making a cylindrical mold.
**_Update 2003/11/10: EPU didn't work since it expands too much after it dries. We've since moved to 1/16 inch double-sticky polyethylene foam tape._**
-[[tag comm test]]
+[[!tag comm test]]
diff --git a/news/2003-08-03.mdwn b/news/2003-08-03.mdwn
index fa2b123..de10f33 100644
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@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@
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- <center>[[img news/2003-08-03/GOX-Paraffinver3.jpg size="631x481"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2003-08-03/GOX-Paraffinver3.jpg size="631x481"]]</center>
</div>
**In attendance:** Vernon Blomquist, Jim Cloer, Brian O’Neel, Jim Ward
@@ -64,7 +64,7 @@ Next Hybrid Meeting will be in 2 weeks. During the interim design on the static
GOX/Paraffin and LOX/Paraffin pages <br /> General specifications <br /> CAD drawings, dimensions, tolerances, materials <br /> Test Stand <br /> Parts list and data sheets
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@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2003-08-12 - General Meeting: Black Rock details, success criterion"]]
+[[!meta title="2003-08-12 - General Meeting: Black Rock details, success criterion"]]
### <a name="A few quick updates:"></a> A few quick updates:
@@ -32,4 +32,4 @@ We don't have formal success criteria for the launch, but here's what we're hopi
2. Flight test of the ARRL 802.11b telemetry system, 2m uplink system, and new 1.277GHz ATV system.
3. Logging of all sensor data on the flight computer.
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+[[!tag general]]
diff --git a/news/2003-08-16.mdwn b/news/2003-08-16.mdwn
index d26a626..0a0fd0b 100644
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@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2003-08-16 - Mock up CPA test using 0.005&quot; PCB and 0.01&quot; Copper and EPU"]]
+[[!meta title="2003-08-16 - Mock up CPA test using 0.005&quot; PCB and 0.01&quot; Copper and EPU"]]
**Who:** Andrew
@@ -72,14 +72,14 @@ AAAARRRRGGGHHHHH. The EPU Sticks to the polyethylene.
Garbage bags work great. Make metal mold, cover with garbage bags.
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+- IMG\_0181\_TN.JPG: <br />[[!img news/2003-08-16/IMG_0181.jpg size="320x240" alt="IMG\_0181\_TN.JPG"]]
-- IMG\_0182\_TN.JPG: <br />[[img news/2003-08-16/IMG_0182.jpg size="320x240" alt="IMG\_0182\_TN.JPG"]]
+- IMG\_0182\_TN.JPG: <br />[[!img news/2003-08-16/IMG_0182.jpg size="320x240" alt="IMG\_0182\_TN.JPG"]]
**_Update 2003/11/10: EPU didn't work since it expands too much after it dries. We've since moved to 1/16 inch double-sticky polyethylene foam tape._**
-[[tag comm test]]
+[[!tag comm test]]
diff --git a/news/2003-08-17.mdwn b/news/2003-08-17.mdwn
index 863cf86..06d2917 100644
--- a/news/2003-08-17.mdwn
+++ b/news/2003-08-17.mdwn
@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@
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<div>
- <center>[[img news/2003-08-17/081703bsmall.jpg size="320x212"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2003-08-17/081703bsmall.jpg size="320x212"]]</center>
</div>
**In attendance:** Brian O’Neel
@@ -50,23 +50,23 @@ There will be another hybrid meeting in 2 weeks. Hopefully more people will show
Information on initial fuel grain pour<br /> Parts list and data sheets
<div>
- <center><strong>Fuel grain components</strong><br>[[img news/2003-08-17/081703asmall.jpg size="320x212"]]</center>
+ <center><strong>Fuel grain components</strong><br>[[!img news/2003-08-17/081703asmall.jpg size="320x212"]]</center>
</div>
<div>
- <center><strong>Solid paraffin, graphite powder and aluminum mandrel</strong><br>[[img news/2003-08-17/081703bsmall.jpg size="320x212"]]</center>
+ <center><strong>Solid paraffin, graphite powder and aluminum mandrel</strong><br>[[!img news/2003-08-17/081703bsmall.jpg size="320x212"]]</center>
</div>
<div>
- <center><strong>Molten paraffin</strong><br>[[img news/2003-08-17/081703csmall.jpg size="320x212"]]</center>
+ <center><strong>Molten paraffin</strong><br>[[!img news/2003-08-17/081703csmall.jpg size="320x212"]]</center>
</div>
<div>
- <center><strong>Poured grain</strong><br>[[img news/2003-08-17/081703dsmall.jpg size="320x212"]]</center>
+ <center><strong>Poured grain</strong><br>[[!img news/2003-08-17/081703dsmall.jpg size="320x212"]]</center>
</div>
<div>
- <center><strong>Weld test pieces</strong><br>[[img news/2003-08-17/081703gsmall.jpg size="320x212"]]</center>
+ <center><strong>Weld test pieces</strong><br>[[!img news/2003-08-17/081703gsmall.jpg size="320x212"]]</center>
</div>
-[[tag propulsion]]
+[[!tag propulsion]]
diff --git a/news/2003-08-26.mdwn b/news/2003-08-26.mdwn
index 6e06f5e..2f2aee6 100644
--- a/news/2003-08-26.mdwn
+++ b/news/2003-08-26.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2003-08-26 - To do list, what's critical"]]
+[[!meta title="2003-08-26 - To do list, what's critical"]]
<table border=1 cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0>
<tr>
@@ -125,4 +125,4 @@ Things for the Checklist:
Email farlink guy.
-[[tag avionics software]]
+[[!tag avionics software]]
diff --git a/news/2003-08-31.mdwn b/news/2003-08-31.mdwn
index 609f57d..52656c0 100644
--- a/news/2003-08-31.mdwn
+++ b/news/2003-08-31.mdwn
@@ -55,4 +55,4 @@ There are still many things to do if we want to meet our goal of static firing a
Lots of stuff :)
-[[tag propulsion]]
+[[!tag propulsion]]
diff --git a/news/2003-09-11.mdwn b/news/2003-09-11.mdwn
index f792eb2..0ded3a8 100644
--- a/news/2003-09-11.mdwn
+++ b/news/2003-09-11.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2003-09-11 - v2 CPA's designed using Excel spreadsheet: calculates CPA dimensions and generates EAGLE CAD commands"]]
+[[!meta title="2003-09-11 - v2 CPA's designed using Excel spreadsheet: calculates CPA dimensions and generates EAGLE CAD commands"]]
"Version 2" Cylindrical Patch Antenna design.
@@ -15,4 +15,4 @@ More information:
- Here is an Excel spreadsheet that calculates the CPA dimension, AND generates EAGLE commands to lay up the antennas: [[cpa_calculator_6.xls]]
- Here is the EAGLE CAD and Gerber files of the 3 different antennas: [[cylindrical_patch_antennas.zip]]
-[[tag comm]]
+[[!tag comm]]
diff --git a/news/2003-09-14-comm.mdwn b/news/2003-09-14-comm.mdwn
index 9dd59bb..fa0aa5b 100644
--- a/news/2003-09-14-comm.mdwn
+++ b/news/2003-09-14-comm.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2003-09-14 - Glenn makes up thousands of new helixes"]]
+[[!meta title="2003-09-14 - Glenn makes up thousands of new helixes"]]
Who: Glenn
@@ -52,4 +52,4 @@ Tools: \* PVC pipe cutters
See page 13-17 in Antenna Engineering Handbook
-[[tag comm]]
+[[!tag comm]]
diff --git a/news/2003-09-14-propulsion.mdwn b/news/2003-09-14-propulsion.mdwn
index 2068e4b..a6f8ece 100644
--- a/news/2003-09-14-propulsion.mdwn
+++ b/news/2003-09-14-propulsion.mdwn
@@ -8,4 +8,4 @@ Regualarly scheduled hybrid meetings will resume after launch.
Next scheduled meeting: **Sept. 28, 2003**
-[[tag propulsion]]
+[[!tag propulsion]]
diff --git a/news/2003-09-21.mdwn b/news/2003-09-21.mdwn
index bad9557..d14bd43 100644
--- a/news/2003-09-21.mdwn
+++ b/news/2003-09-21.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2003-09-21 - Launch of LV2.2 in the Black Rock Desert of Nevada"]]
+[[!meta title="2003-09-21 - Launch of LV2.2 in the Black Rock Desert of Nevada"]]
**Summary**: The PSAS team drove out to the Black Rock Desert of Nevada to attempt two launches of Launch Vehicle No. 2 (LV2): LV2.1 which was flown in [[September of 2002|news/2002-09-22]] and LV2.2 which was a new airframe. After all day work and integration sessions in the middle of the desert on Friday and Saturday, LV2.2 was launched on an "O" motor Sunday morning as an airframe only (i.e., without the LV2 avionics package). Unfortunately, LV2.2 was destroyed about 8 seconds into flight near 5,000ft and between Mach 1 and 2. We think the fin canister tore off because of the modifications we did in order to make it fit on the the "O" motor case. The nosecone, commercial flight computer, and 2m uplink board were recovered, but the rest of the rocket was destroyed. The failure of LV2.2 forced us to scrub the launch of LV2.1 with the avionics package because of the loss of the parachutes and unknown condition of the commercial flight computer and 2m uplink board.
@@ -9,7 +9,7 @@ After a week of hectic work trying to finish the airframe and avionics system, t
We unpacked one of the tents and started setting up camp, but quickly decided to leave most of the work until the next morning. Thursday night was the first time many of us had gotten a chance to rest in the last week; we took the night off and watched the amazing night sky through a telescope, as well as kibitzed with the other amateur rocketry folks who had already shown up.
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2003-09-21/th_mountain.jpg size="320x240"]] [[img news/2003-09-21/th_brd.jpg size="320x240"]] [[img news/2003-09-21/th_tracks_in_dust.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2003-09-21/th_mountain.jpg size="320x240"]] [[!img news/2003-09-21/th_brd.jpg size="320x240"]] [[!img news/2003-09-21/th_tracks_in_dust.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
</div>
## <a name="Friday September 19th, 2003"></a> Friday September 19th, 2003
@@ -17,43 +17,43 @@ We unpacked one of the tents and started setting up camp, but quickly decided to
Friday was a serious work day. We set up shop under the awning and got to work integrating and prepping the rocket for flight. The flight range opened up at 9:00am for the smaller, less experimental rockets, so the team was given a pretty good show while working.
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2003-09-21/th_flightline.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2003-09-21/th_flightline.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
</div>
The airframe team focused on getting the LV2.2 airframe ready: last minute rivnut insertions, drilling and tapping holes, cutting the fins out of the rough canister, and of course... Brian sanding.
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2003-09-21/jp_fin_canister.jpg size="320x240"]] [[img news/2003-09-21/jp_brian_sanding.jpg size="320x240"]] [[img news/2003-09-21/th_airframe_team.jpg size="240x320"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2003-09-21/jp_fin_canister.jpg size="320x240"]] [[!img news/2003-09-21/jp_brian_sanding.jpg size="320x240"]] [[!img news/2003-09-21/th_airframe_team.jpg size="240x320"]]</center>
</div>
The avionics and software teams set up shop under one of the tents and deployed most of Andrew's basement in order to get down to work. We had a pretty impressive setup; people wandering by had lots of great things to say about our elaborate setup. In the future, we hope to be _done_ with the avionics system before we leave for a launch, and thus be able to leave Andrew's basement where it is.
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2003-09-21/ag_basement.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2003-09-21/ag_basement.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
</div>
That day we built three cylindrical patch antennas (CPAs): one for the 2.4GHz telemetry system, one for the 1.27GHz amateur TV broadcast system, and one at 1.57GHz for the onboard GPS receiver. It took, of course, way longer to make the antennas than we wished - about an hour plus each. Steve made an amazing should-mounted tracking system using Glenn's helix antennas... and thus was born the TrackMaster 2000.
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2003-09-21/rj_tim_n_patch.jpg size="320x240"]] [[img news/2003-09-21/th_cpas.jpg size="320x240"]] [[img news/2003-09-21/ag_steve_trackmaster.jpg size="240x320"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2003-09-21/rj_tim_n_patch.jpg size="320x240"]] [[!img news/2003-09-21/th_cpas.jpg size="320x240"]] [[!img news/2003-09-21/ag_steve_trackmaster.jpg size="240x320"]]</center>
</div>
Then we worked on debugging firmware and software for the avionics system... something that should have been done weeks ago. We made great progress on Friday, that's for sure, but ran into the integration problems you can always expect if you try building a system at the very last minute.
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2003-09-21/th_debugging_firmware.jpg size="320x240"]] [[img news/2003-09-21/th_markus_andrew.jpg size="320x240"]] [[img news/2003-09-21/th_dueling_computers.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2003-09-21/th_debugging_firmware.jpg size="320x240"]] [[!img news/2003-09-21/th_markus_andrew.jpg size="320x240"]] [[!img news/2003-09-21/th_dueling_computers.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
</div>
We also set up the launch tower computer and did the final integration on that system. Although overkill, it will allow us a lot of flexibility on future launches. Simply cabling up the various boards, getting the cables routed, and getting the RF connection up and running turned out to take most of the day. We also finally found out that our CAN driver had a serious bug which didn't allow the CAN messages with the RTR bit set to ever leave the CAN chip. Whoops. We were still able to use the system, but we couldn't get any status messages back.
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2003-09-21/ted_and_ltc.jpg size="240x320"]] [[img news/2003-09-21/th_james_at_ltc.jpg size="320x240"]] [[img news/2003-09-21/jp_ltc_closeup.jpg size="240x320"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2003-09-21/ted_and_ltc.jpg size="240x320"]] [[!img news/2003-09-21/th_james_at_ltc.jpg size="320x240"]] [[!img news/2003-09-21/jp_ltc_closeup.jpg size="240x320"]]</center>
</div>
We set up the second work tent Friday night, getting ready for the big day coming up... and except for some of the obsessive compulsive avionics team, relaxed a bit on the playa.
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2003-09-21/jp_airshow.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2003-09-21/jp_airshow.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
</div>
## <a name="Saturday September 20th, 2003"></a> Saturday September 20th, 2003
@@ -61,27 +61,27 @@ We set up the second work tent Friday night, getting ready for the big day comin
Saturday morning was a flurry of activity, trying to get LV2.2 ready for flight on the O motor. By noon, it was apparent that the avionics system was not going to be ready for a Saturday launch. So we decided to launch LV2.2 as an airframe test only: Matt's commercial flight computer and 2m uplink board being the only avionics onboard.
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2003-09-21/th_double_tents.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2003-09-21/th_double_tents.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
</div>
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2003-09-21/2m_going_in.jpg size="320x240"]] [[img news/2003-09-21/jp_matt_and_cfc.jpg size="240x320"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2003-09-21/2m_going_in.jpg size="320x240"]] [[!img news/2003-09-21/jp_matt_and_cfc.jpg size="240x320"]]</center>
</div>
There was plenty to do that day just to get the airframe ready: it took us a surprisingly long time just to prep the commercial flight computer board, the 2m uplink system, and the recovery system.
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2003-09-21/th_airframe_team.jpg size="240x320"]] [[img news/2003-09-21/th_brian_maggie.jpg size="240x320"]] [[img news/2003-09-21/th_prepping_lv2.2.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2003-09-21/th_airframe_team.jpg size="240x320"]] [[!img news/2003-09-21/th_brian_maggie.jpg size="240x320"]] [[!img news/2003-09-21/th_prepping_lv2.2.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
</div>
That morning we also discovered that the fin canister didn't fit over the "O" motor casing, so we had to slot the casing to make it fit.
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2003-09-21/th_suck_canister.jpg size="240x320"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2003-09-21/th_suck_canister.jpg size="240x320"]]</center>
</div>
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2003-09-21/th_slotting_canister.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2003-09-21/th_slotting_canister.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
</div>
Despite our concerted efforts, at 4:30pm we were still too far away from launch to make the waiver's window that day, so we scrubbed and decided to leave the airframe exactly as it was and launch first thing in the morning.
@@ -93,29 +93,29 @@ That evening, the avionics and software teams spent a hellishly long evening try
Sunday morning we woke early and prepped LV2.2 and the recovery teams for flight. Around 10:00am we drove LV2.2 out to the tower and loaded it; we were ready for launch!
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2003-09-21/ag_lt_ltc.jpg size="320x240"]] [[img news/2003-09-21/rj_loading.jpg size="320x240"]] [[img news/2003-09-21/rj_larry_on_comms.jpg size="240x320"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2003-09-21/ag_lt_ltc.jpg size="320x240"]] [[!img news/2003-09-21/rj_loading.jpg size="320x240"]] [[!img news/2003-09-21/rj_larry_on_comms.jpg size="240x320"]]</center>
</div>
The ignition, liftoff and first 8 or so seconds of flight were absolutely perfect.
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2003-09-21/rj_onpad.jpg size="320x240"]] [[img news/2003-09-21/rj_liftoff.jpg size="320x240"]] [[img news/2003-09-21/rj_inair.jpg size="320x240"]] [[img news/2003-09-21/ag_motor_crater.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2003-09-21/rj_onpad.jpg size="320x240"]] [[!img news/2003-09-21/rj_liftoff.jpg size="320x240"]] [[!img news/2003-09-21/rj_inair.jpg size="320x240"]] [[!img news/2003-09-21/ag_motor_crater.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
</div>
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2003-09-21/psas_o_balls2003.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2003-09-21/psas_o_balls2003.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
</div>
Then around 8 seconds or so, we saw debris fall off the rocket. We believe that was the fin canister tearing off. Without fins, the rocket body was unstable and started to tumble. The tumbling caused the nose cone and "O" motor casing to be ripped off of the three airframe modules. The nosecone and motor canister fell fairly close to the launch tower, and the three airframe modules fell on the shreded main parachute pretty much in the middle of the flight line. Later we were able to recover the drogue and various pieces of the airframe and fin canister.
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2003-09-21/jp_bent_airframe.jpg size="240x320"]] [[img news/2003-09-21/rj_bent_airframe.jpg size="320x240"]] [[img news/2003-09-21/jp_aeroshell_shards.jpg size="240x320"]] [[img news/2003-09-21/rj_lv2remains.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2003-09-21/jp_bent_airframe.jpg size="240x320"]] [[!img news/2003-09-21/rj_bent_airframe.jpg size="320x240"]] [[!img news/2003-09-21/jp_aeroshell_shards.jpg size="240x320"]] [[!img news/2003-09-21/rj_lv2remains.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
</div>
Baker - the team's intrepid sockmonkeynaut - was once again hidden in the nose cone. Luckily, he rode out the harrowing ride and was unscathed. According to James, however, he's demanding a pay raise. Or at least sockmonkeynaut life insurance.
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2003-09-21/jp_monkeynaut_ok.jpg size="240x320"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2003-09-21/jp_monkeynaut_ok.jpg size="240x320"]]</center>
</div>
After discussing the failure for a while, we decided that the failure was due to the slot we had to cut in the fin canister in order for it to fit over the 136mm "O" motor casing. Our evidence was that the recovered fin canister was almost perfect flat and the remaining unslotted Aluminum was torn through, suggesting that the fin canister was peeled off along the slot by aerodynamic forces.
@@ -136,7 +136,7 @@ Misc Links:
- [[Black Rock 2003 Logistics Page|BlackRockLogistics2003]]
- [[September 2003 BRD Range Fees|/RangeFee]]
-[[tag event]]
+[[!tag event]]
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Attachments:
diff --git a/news/2003-09-28.mdwn b/news/2003-09-28.mdwn
index 4f64d85..ee803b9 100644
--- a/news/2003-09-28.mdwn
+++ b/news/2003-09-28.mdwn
@@ -8,4 +8,4 @@ Regualarly scheduled hybrid meetings will resume next week.
Next scheduled meeting: **Oct. 5, 2003**
-[[tag propulsion]]
+[[!tag propulsion]]
diff --git a/news/2003-10-05.mdwn b/news/2003-10-05.mdwn
index a60b1ed..b616297 100644
--- a/news/2003-10-05.mdwn
+++ b/news/2003-10-05.mdwn
@@ -45,4 +45,4 @@ The next hybrid meeting will be in 2 weeks.
1. Bread board Flex-Tek data aquisition system
-[[tag propulsion]]
+[[!tag propulsion]]
diff --git a/news/2003-10-06.mdwn b/news/2003-10-06.mdwn
index 6d06709..839cc74 100644
--- a/news/2003-10-06.mdwn
+++ b/news/2003-10-06.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2003-10-06 - First test of v2 CPAs (built in NV desert) in PSU Microwave Lab: resonant frequencies off scale for 2/3"]]
+[[!meta title="2003-10-06 - First test of v2 CPAs (built in NV desert) in PSU Microwave Lab: resonant frequencies off scale for 2/3"]]
**Who:** Glenn (!)
@@ -10,4 +10,4 @@ The three CPA antennas were tested in the PSU microwave lab using an HP 8753E Ve
Attached below are the screen dump images made by the HP8753E VNA on 7-Oct-2003. The 1.2 GHz test actually shows resonance. Included also is the 1.2 GHz SWR graph with the marker positioned at resonance to show the minimum SWR and resonant frequency. This will allow us to reverse-design to find an actual real world Er, and then compensate the design. The tests at 2.4 GHz and 1.5 GHz need to be performed again to find resonance to check this reverse-design procedure.
-[[tag comm]]
+[[!tag comm]]
diff --git a/news/2003-10-07.mdwn b/news/2003-10-07.mdwn
index fb63d60..d8c4894 100644
--- a/news/2003-10-07.mdwn
+++ b/news/2003-10-07.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2003-10-07 - What's next, timelines, task lists"]]
+[[!meta title="2003-10-07 - What's next, timelines, task lists"]]
### <a name="System Requirements"></a> System Requirements
@@ -94,4 +94,4 @@ Bart's Requirement List:
[[LarryLeach]] reports it needs to be made working. First step: Andrew and Markus will get two prototype hardware boards together with firmware within the next few weeks.
-[[tag avionics software]]
+[[!tag avionics software]]
diff --git a/news/2003-10-10.mdwn b/news/2003-10-10.mdwn
index 8242e6a..e4d2c7e 100644
--- a/news/2003-10-10.mdwn
+++ b/news/2003-10-10.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2003-10-10 - Second test of v2 CPAs in PSU Microwave Lab: they're all way below the design frequency, but have great VSWR's"]]
+[[!meta title="2003-10-10 - Second test of v2 CPAs in PSU Microwave Lab: they're all way below the design frequency, but have great VSWR's"]]
In attendance: Glenn and Andrew
@@ -73,7 +73,7 @@ We went to the PSU Microwave Lab in the FAB and tested all three CPAs that were
<center>[[SCRN05.JPG]] [[SCRN06.JPG]]</center>
</div>
-[[tag comm]]
+[[!tag comm]]
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Attachments:
diff --git a/news/2003-10-13.mdwn b/news/2003-10-13.mdwn
index 36fec79..6cd470b 100644
--- a/news/2003-10-13.mdwn
+++ b/news/2003-10-13.mdwn
@@ -1,9 +1,9 @@
-[[meta title="2003-10-13 - Power measurements on each component of the avionics system"]]
+[[!meta title="2003-10-13 - Power measurements on each component of the avionics system"]]
Summary: Tim, Tim R., Glenn and Andrew got together in Andrew's still disaster-zoned basement and measured the power consumption of each of the avionics system's components. Besides a few smoking Tantalum caps, there was no death and destruction - and shockingly, **_everything worked_**. Total power draw: 2.8 A @ 13.5 V = 38.4 W.
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2003-10-13/tim_n_tim.jpg size="288x216"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2003-10-13/tim_n_tim.jpg size="288x216"]]</center>
</div>
### <a name="ATV System"></a> ATV System
@@ -37,7 +37,7 @@ FC: 415mA<br /> FC and Wifi w/PA: 1.05A<br />
### <a name="Conclusions"></a> Conclusions
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2003-10-13/avionics_powerup.jpg size="216x288"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2003-10-13/avionics_powerup.jpg size="216x288"]]</center>
</div>
1. Everything worked. **_Whoaahhh._**
@@ -50,4 +50,4 @@ FC: 415mA<br /> FC and Wifi w/PA: 1.05A<br />
[[CanNodeSectionAppPower]]: Detailed component power listing (Tim R: please update).<br />[[BatteryPack]]: Battery pack discussion (Tim R: please update).<br />
-[[tag avionics]]
+[[!tag avionics]]
diff --git a/news/2003-10-19.mdwn b/news/2003-10-19.mdwn
index 35cf6ff..1de173d 100644
--- a/news/2003-10-19.mdwn
+++ b/news/2003-10-19.mdwn
@@ -42,4 +42,4 @@ The next hybrid meeting will be in 2 weeks.
1. Read up on compressible flow and investigate metering orifices
2. Aquire possible back-up TIG welding resource.
-[[tag propulsion]]
+[[!tag propulsion]]
diff --git a/news/2003-10-20.mdwn b/news/2003-10-20.mdwn
index be55e8c..341f58d 100644
--- a/news/2003-10-20.mdwn
+++ b/news/2003-10-20.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2003-10-20 - Successfully tuned a flat 2.4GHz CPA from it's natural resonant freq. to the design freq. of 2.422 GHz via exacto blade"]]
+[[!meta title="2003-10-20 - Successfully tuned a flat 2.4GHz CPA from it's natural resonant freq. to the design freq. of 2.422 GHz via exacto blade"]]
**Who:** Glenn, Andrew, Tim, and Tom Scott and whoever
@@ -11,7 +11,7 @@ The night before, Glenn and Andrew put together a "flat" cylindrical patch anten
3. A flat antenna is much easier to accurately trim.
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2003-10-20/flat_cpa.jpg size="320x240"]] [[img news/2003-10-20/sma_on_back_of_flat_cpa.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2003-10-20/flat_cpa.jpg size="320x240"]] [[!img news/2003-10-20/sma_on_back_of_flat_cpa.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
</div>
We met down in the PSU Microwave Lab at 10:00am and Phillip let us in and tried to act patient with us as we made noise and disturbed the test equipment. Thanks Phillip, we do appreciate it.
@@ -47,7 +47,7 @@ and got another 17MHz. Finally we whacked off ~ 1.7mm to get to the predicted re
It was pretty close to what we predicted: by the time we were done, we had a patch tuned to - get this! - the _exact_ design frequency of 2.422 GHz. Sure, it was luck, but heck, we're good anyway. Note that the VSWR is now 1:1.29 - we hypothesize that the reason the original antenna was so good was that the theoretical Er we were using threw off the impedance of the patch and the corporate feed network the same amount; by changing only the patch, we threw off the impedance match and got a higher VSWR.
<div>
- <center>[[Cut edge of the flat CPA, with cut whisker|news/2003-10-20/cut_flat_cpa_tn.jpg]] [[img news/2003-10-20/glenn_and_tim_contemplating_patch.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
+ <center>[[Cut edge of the flat CPA, with cut whisker|news/2003-10-20/cut_flat_cpa_tn.jpg]] [[!img news/2003-10-20/glenn_and_tim_contemplating_patch.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
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Here's a quick table summarizing the results:
@@ -102,7 +102,7 @@ Here's a quick table summarizing the results:
Tom discussed some new antenna ideas with us, and had some pretty intereseting ideas for new antennas, including a coaxial colinear antennas. He also urged us to pursue an actively tracked antenna mount, so that we could use very high gain dishes on the rocket. He had some links to motor control folks, so we're going to talk with them and see where this might go.
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diff --git a/news/2003-11-02.mdwn b/news/2003-11-02.mdwn
index 040063f..7832f33 100644
--- a/news/2003-11-02.mdwn
+++ b/news/2003-11-02.mdwn
@@ -36,4 +36,4 @@ Same as last meeting
Except Eric will be looking for the hardware to couple the Nitrogen flow regulator to the Spartan scientific solenoid.
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+[[!tag propulsion]]
diff --git a/news/2003-11-04.mdwn b/news/2003-11-04.mdwn
index a70c296..8d42426 100644
--- a/news/2003-11-04.mdwn
+++ b/news/2003-11-04.mdwn
@@ -22,4 +22,4 @@ Andrew introduced Tyler and Peter to the CAN bus and the CANtalope project. They
Andrew
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diff --git a/news/2003-11-10-comm-morning.mdwn b/news/2003-11-10-comm-morning.mdwn
index 74c7f00..fe1e0b2 100644
--- a/news/2003-11-10-comm-morning.mdwn
+++ b/news/2003-11-10-comm-morning.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2003-11-10 - Made 1.277 and 1.575 GHz flat patch antennas to test (build pictures)"]]
+[[!meta title="2003-11-10 - Made 1.277 and 1.575 GHz flat patch antennas to test (build pictures)"]]
Glenn and Andrew got together and made flat patches.
@@ -21,12 +21,12 @@ Here's the rough order of steps:
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<center>
- <p>[[img news/2003-11-10-comm-morning/bare_pcb_and_cu.jpg size="320x240"]]</p>
- <p>[[img news/2003-11-10-comm-morning/before_soldering_pigtail.jpg size="240x320"]]</p>
- <p>[[img news/2003-11-10-comm-morning/after_soldering_pigtail.jpg size="240x320"]]</p>
- <p>[[img news/2003-11-10-comm-morning/coax_peeking_up.jpg size="320x240"]]</p>
- <p>[[img news/2003-11-10-comm-morning/removing_plastic_strips.jpg size="320x240"]]</p>
+ <p>[[!img news/2003-11-10-comm-morning/bare_pcb_and_cu.jpg size="320x240"]]</p>
+ <p>[[!img news/2003-11-10-comm-morning/before_soldering_pigtail.jpg size="240x320"]]</p>
+ <p>[[!img news/2003-11-10-comm-morning/after_soldering_pigtail.jpg size="240x320"]]</p>
+ <p>[[!img news/2003-11-10-comm-morning/coax_peeking_up.jpg size="320x240"]]</p>
+ <p>[[!img news/2003-11-10-comm-morning/removing_plastic_strips.jpg size="320x240"]]</p>
</center>
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+[[!tag comm]]
diff --git a/news/2003-11-10-comm.mdwn b/news/2003-11-10-comm.mdwn
index 2e22164..2527654 100644
--- a/news/2003-11-10-comm.mdwn
+++ b/news/2003-11-10-comm.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2003-11-10 - Successfully tuned the 1.575 GHz and 1.277 GHz antennas in the PSU microwave lab... then we went nuts and turned the GPS antenna into a WiFi then 3 GHz antenna. Fun!"]]
+[[!meta title="2003-11-10 - Successfully tuned the 1.575 GHz and 1.277 GHz antennas in the PSU microwave lab... then we went nuts and turned the GPS antenna into a WiFi then 3 GHz antenna. Fun!"]]
**Introduction:**
@@ -155,7 +155,7 @@ The worst remaining problem is the offset between the cylindrical and flat anten
Briefly, the process of wrapping an antenna vs building it flat may be changing the geometry of the dielectric. We are definitely using the wrong slot impedance. We are using the impedance for an infinite flat slot in the limiting case of slot height small compared to the free space wavelength, whereas we should be using the same value for the cylindrical case. These will be close, but we don't have the exact values. Last, now that we are trying to really nail the dielectric value to better than 1% accuracy, we need good measurements of the test antenna dimensions. Lumped along with this should be some observations of the effect on resonant frequency produced while changing the curvature of the cylindrical antennas during testing. (We have now done some tests where the curvature was varied by simply opening up the gap in the cylindrical antennas. The maximum opening tested was about 5 inches. The effect on resonant frequency is consistently very small.)
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diff --git a/news/2003-11-11.mdwn b/news/2003-11-11.mdwn
index 94a6190..d3e78c2 100644
--- a/news/2003-11-11.mdwn
+++ b/news/2003-11-11.mdwn
@@ -17,4 +17,4 @@ Tyler and Peter made great progress on a command line tool to talk to the [[Cant
-- [[IanOsgood]] - 19 Nov 2003
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diff --git a/news/2003-11-15.mdwn b/news/2003-11-15.mdwn
index a818489..6e07cf9 100644
--- a/news/2003-11-15.mdwn
+++ b/news/2003-11-15.mdwn
@@ -65,4 +65,4 @@ Besides the small complications things are looking good. We are still targeting
The next hybrid meeting will be in 2 weeks.
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+[[!tag propulsion]]
diff --git a/news/2003-11-18.mdwn b/news/2003-11-18.mdwn
index b3d056a..3d540af 100644
--- a/news/2003-11-18.mdwn
+++ b/news/2003-11-18.mdwn
@@ -41,4 +41,4 @@ Can King is dead! Long live Cantalope!
-- [[IanOsgood]] - 19 Nov 2003
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+[[!tag software]]
diff --git a/news/2003-11-19.mdwn b/news/2003-11-19.mdwn
index 36856c4..c5796e5 100644
--- a/news/2003-11-19.mdwn
+++ b/news/2003-11-19.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2003-11-19 - v3 CPA meeting"]]
+[[!meta title="2003-11-19 - v3 CPA meeting"]]
**In attendence:** Timr, Tim, Glenn, Dave, Andrew
@@ -43,4 +43,4 @@ On the other hand, the sensitivity vs gap assumes a _constant_ epsilon\_r in the
See [[news/2003-11-21]].
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+[[!tag comm]]
diff --git a/news/2003-11-21.mdwn b/news/2003-11-21.mdwn
index df91a58..b566d67 100644
--- a/news/2003-11-21.mdwn
+++ b/news/2003-11-21.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2003-11-21 - Andrew sucks (foam)"]]
+[[!meta title="2003-11-21 - Andrew sucks (foam)"]]
**In attendance:** Andrew, Kiah (until the vaccuum pump scared her away)
@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@ I took two ~6 inch pieces of 1/16 inch thick polyethylene foam tape and stuck th
</table>
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2003-11-21/pre-sucking.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2003-11-21/pre-sucking.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
</div>
## <a name="Sucking"></a> Sucking
@@ -24,7 +24,7 @@ I took two ~6 inch pieces of 1/16 inch thick polyethylene foam tape and stuck th
I set up my old 1950's (?) vacuum pump (to which I'd many, many years ago added a 1/4 HP motor and belt) complete with an insanely innacurate vaccum gauge and polycarbonate bell jar.
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2003-11-21/old_vacuum_pump.jpg size="320x240"]] [[img news/2003-11-21/bell_jar_setup.jpg size="240x320"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2003-11-21/old_vacuum_pump.jpg size="320x240"]] [[!img news/2003-11-21/bell_jar_setup.jpg size="240x320"]]</center>
</div>
You better beleive I wore eye protection. I was cringing the whole time during these tests, just waiting for something to implode.
@@ -47,7 +47,7 @@ Didn't change a bit. I repeated this whole process again, with the same results.
Then I put the original CPA prototype (full copper PCB, tape, ground plane, even a prototype pigtail) in the bell jar to see what would happen. As the vacuum started sucking, the entire prototype unfurled until it hit the bell jar walls (which was only about 0.5 - 1 inch difference in radius). It was stable after that for the 2 minutes I left it in the bell jar. Upon releasing the vacuum, the prototype collapsed back to its original shape. I think air trapped between the strips of PE tape made it expand and collapse. I don't think it involved a lot of force: even when the vacuum was suddenly released, the patch antenna curled back up relatively slowly.
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2003-11-21/patch-in-a-jar.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2003-11-21/patch-in-a-jar.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
</div>
## <a name="In-situ Sucking"></a> In-situ Sucking
@@ -102,7 +102,7 @@ But I forgot to take it all the way to a full vacuum. So I ran it once more, wit
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<div>
- <center>[[img news/2003-11-21/measuring_expanding_foam.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2003-11-21/measuring_expanding_foam.jpg size="320x240"]]</center>
</div>
## <a name="Conclusions"></a> Conclusions
@@ -112,4 +112,4 @@ But I forgot to take it all the way to a full vacuum. So I ran it once more, wit
3. Our CPA design may experience internal pressures due to air caught inbetween the foam tape strips.
4. Dogs hate vacuum pumps.
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+[[!tag comm]]
diff --git a/news/2003-11-23.mdwn b/news/2003-11-23.mdwn
index 1321585..b3c3fe0 100644
--- a/news/2003-11-23.mdwn
+++ b/news/2003-11-23.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2003-11-23 - One more v2 CPA test with VNA; smush testing, etc"]]
+[[!meta title="2003-11-23 - One more v2 CPA test with VNA; smush testing, etc"]]
Met at the PSU Microwave Lab in the basement of FAB. It's back by the Sun station labs, the door closest to the giant chip tester behind glass. See attached map at bottom of page.
@@ -138,7 +138,7 @@ These points are relevant in that they address the suitability of the foam core
Finally, the independence of the cylindrical antenna properties with respect to wrap-radius is interesting. Theoretically the resonant frequency should be mostly independent, but the effect of the vertical seam was unclear. Since it now seems that the exact radius has only a weak effect, we need to re-examine the analysis of the patch antennas for mistakes rather than complete omissions as we try to explain the observed differences between the flat and cylindrical test antennae (see the [[RedBlueGraph|news/2003-11-10-comm#RedBlueGraph]]). One interesting thing we learned here is that the cylindrical antennae seem to be thicker than the flat ones, maybe this will help.
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+[[!tag comm]]
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diff --git a/news/2003-11-30.mdwn b/news/2003-11-30.mdwn
index ab70202..4e1a0dc 100644
--- a/news/2003-11-30.mdwn
+++ b/news/2003-11-30.mdwn
@@ -14,7 +14,7 @@ If we can free up some time in the next couple of weeks things are looking good
The next hybrid meeting will try to be squeezed in before Christmas and we'll need a couple of work parties thrown in somewhere to get everything assembled.
-[[tag propulsion]]
+[[!tag propulsion]]
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diff --git a/news/2003-12-02.mdwn b/news/2003-12-02.mdwn
index e323216..663d394 100644
--- a/news/2003-12-02.mdwn
+++ b/news/2003-12-02.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2003-12-02 - General Meeting: updates, integration issues, scheduling"]]
+[[!meta title="2003-12-02 - General Meeting: updates, integration issues, scheduling"]]
## <a name="Meeting agenda:"></a> Meeting agenda:
@@ -63,4 +63,4 @@ Here's some new text. [[NewTestPage]].
[[NewTestPage]].
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+[[!tag general]]
diff --git a/news/2003-12-09.mdwn b/news/2003-12-09.mdwn
index 43a5cfd..735f1cc 100644
--- a/news/2003-12-09.mdwn
+++ b/news/2003-12-09.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2003-12-09 - Field trip to NW EMC in Hillsboro to test CPA propagation"]]
+[[!meta title="2003-12-09 - Field trip to NW EMC in Hillsboro to test CPA propagation"]]
**In attendace:** Andrew, Glenn, Timr, Jared and Dave.
@@ -91,9 +91,9 @@ Given these definitions, we then defined the test configurations as:
<div>
<center>
<p>[[Configurations 1-3 and X,Y,Z axes of rocket.|news/2003-12-09/nwemc_configurations_on_whiteboard.jpg]]<br><font size="-1"> <em>Sketches of Configurations and LV2.1 Axes. Note Configuration 1 starts with the X axis pointing towards the receive antenna.</em> </font></p>
- <p>[[img news/2003-12-09/nwemc_configuration_1.jpg size="240x320"]]<br><font size="-1"> <em>Photo of LV2.1 in Configuration 1 from right in front of the receive antenna.</em> </font><br>
+ <p>[[!img news/2003-12-09/nwemc_configuration_1.jpg size="240x320"]]<br><font size="-1"> <em>Photo of LV2.1 in Configuration 1 from right in front of the receive antenna.</em> </font><br>
</p>
- <p>[[img news/2003-12-09/nwemc_configuration_2-3.jpg size="320x240"]]<br><font size="-1"> <em>Photo of LV2.1 in Configuration 2 (which is similar to Configuration 3) from right in front of the receive antenna.</em> </font></p>
+ <p>[[!img news/2003-12-09/nwemc_configuration_2-3.jpg size="320x240"]]<br><font size="-1"> <em>Photo of LV2.1 in Configuration 2 (which is similar to Configuration 3) from right in front of the receive antenna.</em> </font></p>
</center>
</div>
@@ -212,7 +212,7 @@ TEST 38: GPS slot antenna, "vertical orientation" ~= configuration 2, RX antenna
## <a name="Gratuitous Pictures."></a> Gratuitous Pictures.
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2003-12-09/nwemc_small_timr.jpg size="240x320"]]<br> ... <em>insert more pictures here</em> ... </center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2003-12-09/nwemc_small_timr.jpg size="240x320"]]<br> ... <em>insert more pictures here</em> ... </center>
</div>
## <a name="Here are pictures taken with Gle"></a> Here are pictures taken with Glenn's camera
@@ -261,7 +261,7 @@ TEST 38: GPS slot antenna, "vertical orientation" ~= configuration 2, RX antenna
</center>
</div>
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+[[!tag comm]]
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diff --git a/news/2003-12-13.mdwn b/news/2003-12-13.mdwn
index cf8125b..b4b4392 100644
--- a/news/2003-12-13.mdwn
+++ b/news/2003-12-13.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2003-12-13 - Suck on foam with the VNA, remeasure the slot antennas, measure the reference dipoles Teflon test?"]]
+[[!meta title="2003-12-13 - Suck on foam with the VNA, remeasure the slot antennas, measure the reference dipoles Teflon test?"]]
**In attendance:** Glenn, Tim, Timr, Dave H, and Andrew &amp; Solomon (just to drop off equipment)
@@ -123,7 +123,7 @@
<center>[[SCRN19.JPG]]<br><font size="-1"> <em>SCRN19.JPG: I&#39;m not sure what this is.</em> </font></center>
</div>
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+[[!tag comm]]
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diff --git a/news/2003-12-21.mdwn b/news/2003-12-21.mdwn
index e4aaaa3..edbe953 100644
--- a/news/2003-12-21.mdwn
+++ b/news/2003-12-21.mdwn
@@ -58,4 +58,4 @@ Brian will continue with integrating the plumbing and machining of the nozzles.
14. Find a test fire location
-[[tag propulsion]]
+[[!tag propulsion]]
diff --git a/news/2003-12-30.mdwn b/news/2003-12-30.mdwn
index 516315a..ba47a30 100644
--- a/news/2003-12-30.mdwn
+++ b/news/2003-12-30.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2003-12-30 - Magnetometers"]]
+[[!meta title="2003-12-30 - Magnetometers"]]
Tyler and Andrew talked magnetometers, and how we can get an attitude reference if we use a model of the Earth's Magnetic Field. Can we extract a 1D polynomial approximation to the global 3D model? Or do we need the whole thing? Can we get the source to the World Magnetic Model (WMM)?
@@ -6,4 +6,4 @@ We're still waiting to hear back from Honeywell as to which sensors they're will
Update (March 24 2004): we've gotten the sensors from Honeywell, see the [[MagnetometerLv2]] page for details.
-[[tag avionics]]
+[[!tag avionics]]
diff --git a/news/2003-12-31.mdwn b/news/2003-12-31.mdwn
index 22e3062..eaa2c31 100644
--- a/news/2003-12-31.mdwn
+++ b/news/2003-12-31.mdwn
@@ -61,31 +61,31 @@ This may call for a redesign of the test stand and some revised interface electr
###
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2003-12-31/Test2A.jpg size="352x234"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2003-12-31/Test2A.jpg size="352x234"]]</center>
</div>
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2003-12-31/Test2B.jpg size="352x234"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2003-12-31/Test2B.jpg size="352x234"]]</center>
</div>
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2003-12-31/Test2C.jpg size="352x234"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2003-12-31/Test2C.jpg size="352x234"]]</center>
</div>
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2003-12-31/Test2D.jpg size="352x234"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2003-12-31/Test2D.jpg size="352x234"]]</center>
</div>
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2003-12-31/Test2E.jpg size="352x234"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2003-12-31/Test2E.jpg size="352x234"]]</center>
</div>
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2003-12-31/Test2F.jpg size="352x234"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2003-12-31/Test2F.jpg size="352x234"]]</center>
</div>
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2003-12-31/Test2G.jpg size="164x118"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2003-12-31/Test2G.jpg size="164x118"]]</center>
</div>
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+[[!tag propulsion test]]
diff --git a/news/2004-01-20.mdwn b/news/2004-01-20.mdwn
index 36ec1e7..7fc97f1 100644
--- a/news/2004-01-20.mdwn
+++ b/news/2004-01-20.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2004-01-20 - Look at to-do lists and discuss link budget"]]
+[[!meta title="2004-01-20 - Look at to-do lists and discuss link budget"]]
**In attendence:** Jared, Charles R, Glenn
@@ -47,4 +47,4 @@
- Make the test probe lengths on the CPA's equal to a half wavelength, so they are invisible to the VNA.
-[[tag comm]]
+[[!tag comm]]
diff --git a/news/2004-01-25.mdwn b/news/2004-01-25.mdwn
index 56f8e80..877395b 100644
--- a/news/2004-01-25.mdwn
+++ b/news/2004-01-25.mdwn
@@ -5,7 +5,7 @@
**In attendance:** Rainer Anacker, Peter Bold, Tim Brandon, Eric Hettinger, Maggie Emery, Brian O’Neel, Duftan Sandoz, Jim Ward, Evan Waymire
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2004-01-25/pic012504B.jpg size="352x234"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2004-01-25/pic012504B.jpg size="352x234"]]</center>
</div>
**Topics Discussed:**
@@ -55,11 +55,11 @@ The next meeting will be at the static test fire location Saturday January 31st
1. Start researching funding and grants
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2004-01-25/pic012504A.jpg size="352x234"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2004-01-25/pic012504A.jpg size="352x234"]]</center>
</div>
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2004-01-25/pic012504C.jpg size="352x234"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2004-01-25/pic012504C.jpg size="352x234"]]</center>
</div>
-[[tag propulsion]]
+[[!tag propulsion]]
diff --git a/news/2004-01-31.mdwn b/news/2004-01-31.mdwn
index 6bbd07a..10cd5a4 100644
--- a/news/2004-01-31.mdwn
+++ b/news/2004-01-31.mdwn
@@ -23,7 +23,7 @@
### <a name="Fuel Grain Pictures"></a> Fuel Grain Pictures
-[[img news/2004-01-31/grain013104A.jpg size="241x235"]] [[img news/2004-01-31/grain013104B.jpg size="206x221"]] [[img news/2004-01-31/grain013104C.jpg size="275x252"]]
+[[!img news/2004-01-31/grain013104A.jpg size="241x235"]] [[!img news/2004-01-31/grain013104B.jpg size="206x221"]] [[!img news/2004-01-31/grain013104C.jpg size="275x252"]]
### <a name="Raw Video Images"></a> Raw Video Images
@@ -98,7 +98,7 @@ The nozzle that was used was the same for all three motors and was the same nozz
We are currently working on the new test stand that we will use to collect data such as pressure, force, and regression rate. We will start static firing again once this is complete. We will also investigate the reasons for the start-up instabilities on this round of testing.
-[[tag propulsion test]]
+[[!tag propulsion test]]
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diff --git a/news/2004-02-01.mdwn b/news/2004-02-01.mdwn
index 80a9f32..258d5a8 100644
--- a/news/2004-02-01.mdwn
+++ b/news/2004-02-01.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2004-02-01 - Chat with Professor Jim Binkley about 802.11b and Linux drivers"]]
+[[!meta title="2004-02-01 - Chat with Professor Jim Binkley about 802.11b and Linux drivers"]]
<table border=1 cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0>
<tr>
@@ -105,4 +105,4 @@ We can get signal strength from ad hoc mode - iwspy command. Also, from Binkley'
It looks like we are going down the right track. In "demo" ad hoc mode using broadcast packets, we have our one-way non-acked comm system. But no FEC, so we should try to keep packets relative small. With the right software, we should even be able to get some kind of signal strength measurement.
-[[tag comm avionics software]]
+[[!tag comm avionics software]]
diff --git a/news/2004-02-03.mdwn b/news/2004-02-03.mdwn
index ffc35ab..e9aeac9 100644
--- a/news/2004-02-03.mdwn
+++ b/news/2004-02-03.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2004-02-03 - v3 CPA design"]]
+[[!meta title="2004-02-03 - v3 CPA design"]]
## <a name="What explains the thickness diff"></a> What explains the thickness differences?
@@ -58,4 +58,4 @@ We decided to build 1 or 2 more CPAs in Portland, near sea level, as soon as we
4. We deliver the antenna(s) to Glenn Friday and he tests them on the VNA for resonant frequency and bandwidth that weekend: Saturday, Sunday or Monday.
5. Tim and Andrew take the results, and if they're vaguely consistent, finally finish the v3 design. If they're really off, then we panic™ and call a meeting.
-[[tag comm]]
+[[!tag comm]]
diff --git a/news/2004-02-06.mdwn b/news/2004-02-06.mdwn
index eff1015..6edc46f 100644
--- a/news/2004-02-06.mdwn
+++ b/news/2004-02-06.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2004-02-06 - Built two more v2 CPAs (Wifi, GPS) to test the &quot;altitude effects dielectric thickness&quot; hypothesis"]]
+[[!meta title="2004-02-06 - Built two more v2 CPAs (Wifi, GPS) to test the &quot;altitude effects dielectric thickness&quot; hypothesis"]]
The GPS CPA was built using the new "eyelet" technique for the plated through hole. Both the technique and the hypothesis seem to work.
@@ -46,4 +46,4 @@ The eyelet technology works great; as long as it doesn't screw up the S11, it's
Although things seem to be falling into place, **_we still don't know why the flat antennas give us a lower Er than the cylindrical antennas._** This is a bit disturbing, more so now because the air pressure vs thickness arguments seems to point out that the flat antennas should have a _higher_ Er than the cylindricals. So we think it might be a geometry issue... but if it is, why doesn't anyone know about it? The [[results from this coming Monday's test|news/2004-02-09]] should at least tell us if we should stick with our cylindrical data or figure out Plan B, whatever that is.
-[[tag comm]]
+[[!tag comm]]
diff --git a/news/2004-02-09.mdwn b/news/2004-02-09.mdwn
index 84790d8..55af61c 100644
--- a/news/2004-02-09.mdwn
+++ b/news/2004-02-09.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2004-02-09 - Test of a v2 CPA constructed at sea level"]]
+[[!meta title="2004-02-09 - Test of a v2 CPA constructed at sea level"]]
Jared and Glenn
@@ -104,4 +104,4 @@ Note: The SWR shown on the following graph had drifted up a bit as I approached
</center>
</div>
-[[tag comm]]
+[[!tag comm]]
diff --git a/news/2004-02-12.mdwn b/news/2004-02-12.mdwn
index a30e9cb..42317eb 100644
--- a/news/2004-02-12.mdwn
+++ b/news/2004-02-12.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2004-02-12 - Measurement of foam density"]]
+[[!meta title="2004-02-12 - Measurement of foam density"]]
Ivan, Glenn, Marilyn (lab analyst)
@@ -62,4 +62,4 @@ We kept the foam samples in their respective weight boats should we want to do f
</ul>[[news/2004-02-12/P2120058.JPG]]</center>
</div>
-[[tag comm]]
+[[!tag comm]]
diff --git a/news/2004-02-15.mdwn b/news/2004-02-15.mdwn
index e6ffe41..0aead3c 100644
--- a/news/2004-02-15.mdwn
+++ b/news/2004-02-15.mdwn
@@ -35,4 +35,4 @@ Think about:
“How will I interpret the resulting data? How will I use the data to answer my question?”
-[[tag propulsion]]
+[[!tag propulsion]]
diff --git a/news/2004-02-19.mdwn b/news/2004-02-19.mdwn
index 95a2b54..0f8795c 100644
--- a/news/2004-02-19.mdwn
+++ b/news/2004-02-19.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2004-02-19 - v3 patch antennna design: Next steps and new mechanical design"]]
+[[!meta title="2004-02-19 - v3 patch antennna design: Next steps and new mechanical design"]]
Who: Tim, Glenn, Jared and Andrew
@@ -17,7 +17,7 @@ We also have bits of the aeroshell lying around that we cut away for the patch a
What we decided to do is to cut the aeroshell into ~ 1/2 inch wide rings. These rings will be on either side of the CPAs: that requires 4 rings all together (two on the outer edge, two to separate the three antennas). We screw the rings into the avionics module with pan head screws - and possibly even glue it down to the module. The copper/foam/FR4 antennas fit in between these rings. When we're testing and such, we just kapton tape around the antennas to keep them in the "slots" between the rings. When we're ready for flight, a few days before we use a nice RTV to "permanently" glue the antenna onto the Aluminum module. The RTV not only affixes the antenna but should also seal the gaps between the CPA and the rings, making an airtight, smooth antenna/ring structure.
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2004-02-19/new_cpa_mech_design.png size="456x402"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2004-02-19/new_cpa_mech_design.png size="456x402"]]</center>
</div>
What's really nice about this is that we don't have to affix the rings until the antenna design is really done, and moving the rings means just drilling more holes in the avionics module. And we don't have to affix the CPAs until a day or two before flight. And if they get destroyed, the RTV should allow us to rip off and replace the CPA (using, say, a razor blade to scrape off the RTV).
@@ -99,4 +99,4 @@ The perimeter measurements of wide sample #2 taken at the Feb.19th meeting are (
If we approximate the quadrilateral as two right triangles, the sample area is 17.605in^2. Thus the surface density is 19.8 mg/cm^2 .
-[[tag comm]]
+[[!tag comm]]
diff --git a/news/2004-03-24.mdwn b/news/2004-03-24.mdwn
index 3967c3f..b7276be 100644
--- a/news/2004-03-24.mdwn
+++ b/news/2004-03-24.mdwn
@@ -23,4 +23,4 @@ Jay and Andrew talked about the FC parsing of the GPS messages. Everything is mo
Ian restarted work on the interrupt-driven CAN driver. Andrew handed off the LTC to him, along with a CANtalope board and custom cable.
-[[tag software]]
+[[!tag software]]
diff --git a/news/2004-04-17.mdwn b/news/2004-04-17.mdwn
index 144d958..2bfd3b3 100644
--- a/news/2004-04-17.mdwn
+++ b/news/2004-04-17.mdwn
@@ -63,4 +63,4 @@ The next hybrid meeting will be in two weeks. We had a discussion and it seems t
1. Drawings of new test stand designs.
-[[tag propulsion]]
+[[!tag propulsion]]
diff --git a/news/2004-05-01.mdwn b/news/2004-05-01.mdwn
index d6cfca8..94c0f4c 100644
--- a/news/2004-05-01.mdwn
+++ b/news/2004-05-01.mdwn
@@ -4,7 +4,7 @@
**In attendance:** Peter Bold, Eric Hettinger, Maggie Emery, Brian O’Neel, Jim Ward
-<div align="center">[[img HybridPlumbing/plumbingv30.jpg size="500x500"]]</div>
+<div align="center">[[!img HybridPlumbing/plumbingv30.jpg size="500x500"]]</div>
**Topics Discussed:**
@@ -55,4 +55,4 @@ Interesting links:
[Pressure transducer installation](http://www.omega.com/techref/press-trans.html)
-[[tag propulsion]]
+[[!tag propulsion]]
diff --git a/news/2004-05-02.mdwn b/news/2004-05-02.mdwn
index bda62b8..562e513 100644
--- a/news/2004-05-02.mdwn
+++ b/news/2004-05-02.mdwn
@@ -43,4 +43,4 @@ Then for the magnetometer:
- Non magnetic components! Probably need to De-Gauss.
- Tin on ground planes... does it matter? No.
-[[tag avionics magnetometer]]
+[[!tag avionics magnetometer]]
diff --git a/news/2004-05-15.mdwn b/news/2004-05-15.mdwn
index 2938cb4..4bfe772 100644
--- a/news/2004-05-15.mdwn
+++ b/news/2004-05-15.mdwn
@@ -5,7 +5,7 @@
**In attendance:** Rainer Anacker, Peter Bold, Eric Hettinger, Brian O’Neel, Michael Pence, Jim Ward, Evan Waymire
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2004-05-15/barksdalecurves.jpg size="338x447"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2004-05-15/barksdalecurves.jpg size="338x447"]]</center>
</div>
**What we did today:**
@@ -64,17 +64,17 @@ We will meet again in two weeks and pour a new batch of paraffin fuel grain. And
1. work out leak issues in DWT.
<div>
- <center><strong>Peter at work regulator/stepper interface</strong><p>[[img news/2004-05-15/051504a.jpg size="359x235"]]</p>
+ <center><strong>Peter at work regulator/stepper interface</strong><p>[[!img news/2004-05-15/051504a.jpg size="359x235"]]</p>
</center>
</div>
<div>
- <center><strong>Brian and Evan aqcuire data with Dead Weigth Tester</strong><p>[[img news/2004-05-15/051504b.jpg size="352x234"]]</p>
+ <center><strong>Brian and Evan aqcuire data with Dead Weigth Tester</strong><p>[[!img news/2004-05-15/051504b.jpg size="352x234"]]</p>
</center>
</div>
<div>
- <center><strong>Jim works with &#39;LabJack&#39; USB acquisition system</strong><p>[[img news/2004-05-15/051504c.jpg size="352x234"]]</p>
+ <center><strong>Jim works with &#39;LabJack&#39; USB acquisition system</strong><p>[[!img news/2004-05-15/051504c.jpg size="352x234"]]</p>
</center>
</div>
@@ -82,7 +82,7 @@ We will meet again in two weeks and pour a new batch of paraffin fuel grain. And
[[Paraffin article from "Graduating Engineer &amp; Computer Careers"|/news/2004-05-15/paraffin.pdf]]
-[[tag propulsion]]
+[[!tag propulsion]]
----
Attachments:
diff --git a/news/2004-05-26.mdwn b/news/2004-05-26.mdwn
index 4aed8de..479569a 100644
--- a/news/2004-05-26.mdwn
+++ b/news/2004-05-26.mdwn
@@ -74,4 +74,4 @@ james/bart: debug kernels.
ian: CAN driver is code complete, both with and without interrupts.
-[[tag software]]
+[[!tag software]]
diff --git a/news/2004-05-30.mdwn b/news/2004-05-30.mdwn
index 0319005..93f02f2 100644
--- a/news/2004-05-30.mdwn
+++ b/news/2004-05-30.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2004-05-30 - Critical path scheduling and APS"]]
+[[!meta title="2004-05-30 - Critical path scheduling and APS"]]
8:00am - 11:00am at [[Andrew's "cabin"|Minutiae/DirectionsToAndrewsCabin]]
@@ -107,4 +107,4 @@ Reduce Andrew's bloodpressure's timeline:
</tr>
</table>
-[[tag avionics]]
+[[!tag avionics]]
diff --git a/news/2004-05-31.mdwn b/news/2004-05-31.mdwn
index 740074b..5ed06ff 100644
--- a/news/2004-05-31.mdwn
+++ b/news/2004-05-31.mdwn
@@ -90,4 +90,4 @@
-
-
-[[tag software]]
+[[!tag software]]
diff --git a/news/2004-06-06.mdwn b/news/2004-06-06.mdwn
index 5ca2161..094bb4e 100644
--- a/news/2004-06-06.mdwn
+++ b/news/2004-06-06.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2004-06-06 - PSAS booth at PDXBOT.04"]]
+[[!meta title="2004-06-06 - PSAS booth at PDXBOT.04"]]
## <a name="Summary"></a> Summary
@@ -73,4 +73,4 @@ Please add your name to the times you're available.
- Laptop with looping video (?)
- PSAS cards (andrew)
-[[tag event]]
+[[!tag event]]
diff --git a/news/2004-06-07.mdwn b/news/2004-06-07.mdwn
index 3c4deb2..55e0d8e 100644
--- a/news/2004-06-07.mdwn
+++ b/news/2004-06-07.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2004-06-07 - Trip to Timberline lodge to build the last of the V2 CPAs &amp; measurement at PSU microwave lab"]]
+[[!meta title="2004-06-07 - Trip to Timberline lodge to build the last of the V2 CPAs &amp; measurement at PSU microwave lab"]]
**Who:** Tim, Andrew and eventually Glenn.
@@ -43,4 +43,4 @@ We met Glenn down at the PSU Microwave Lab and tested out the antennas we built.
_Glenn comments: I really need to remember to place the marker over the resonant frequency when recording the screen shots._
-[[tag comm]]
+[[!tag comm]]
diff --git a/news/2004-06-09-avionics.mdwn b/news/2004-06-09-avionics.mdwn
index 457f900..2d39856 100644
--- a/news/2004-06-09-avionics.mdwn
+++ b/news/2004-06-09-avionics.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2004-06-09 - APS (Avionics Power System) design: Li Ion battery charger choice"]]
+[[!meta title="2004-06-09 - APS (Avionics Power System) design: Li Ion battery charger choice"]]
**Folks:** Ivan, Ted, Tim, Andrew, Kiah
@@ -38,4 +38,4 @@ Tim and Andrew came to the stunning conclusion (love that word, "stunning") that
</tr>
</table>
-[[tag avionics]]
+[[!tag avionics]]
diff --git a/news/2004-06-09-comm.mdwn b/news/2004-06-09-comm.mdwn
index eb469ec..5ea641d 100644
--- a/news/2004-06-09-comm.mdwn
+++ b/news/2004-06-09-comm.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2004-06-09 - Foam density revisited"]]
+[[!meta title="2004-06-09 - Foam density revisited"]]
### <a name="Long term weight of the foam"></a> Long term weight of the foam
@@ -164,4 +164,4 @@ I got my USB microsope up and running so here's a few pictures of the foam:
</center>
</div>
-[[tag comm]]
+[[!tag comm]]
diff --git a/news/2004-06-12.mdwn b/news/2004-06-12.mdwn
index d538445..d45e8c4 100644
--- a/news/2004-06-12.mdwn
+++ b/news/2004-06-12.mdwn
@@ -6,4 +6,4 @@
-- [[BrianONeel]] - 27 May 2004
-[[tag propulsion]]
+[[!tag propulsion]]
diff --git a/news/2004-06-21.mdwn b/news/2004-06-21.mdwn
index aaecef8..0cfb802 100644
--- a/news/2004-06-21.mdwn
+++ b/news/2004-06-21.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2004-06-21 - Road Trip to Mojave, California for launch of Space Ship One"]]
+[[!meta title="2004-06-21 - Road Trip to Mojave, California for launch of Space Ship One"]]
### <a name="Launch of the first private mann"></a> Launch of the first private manned vehicle beyond the Earth’s atmosphere
@@ -17,4 +17,4 @@ More info about Space Ship One here: <http://www.scaled.com/projects/tierone/>
</center>
</div>
-[[tag event]]
+[[!tag event]]
diff --git a/news/2004-06-26.mdwn b/news/2004-06-26.mdwn
index bc5d792..5e89823 100644
--- a/news/2004-06-26.mdwn
+++ b/news/2004-06-26.mdwn
@@ -5,7 +5,7 @@
**In attendance:** Peter Bold, Tim Brandon, Eric Hettinger, Brian O’Neel, Michael Pence, Jim Ward, Evan Waymire
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2004-06-26/fuelgrain062604.jpg size="158x240"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2004-06-26/fuelgrain062604.jpg size="158x240"]]</center>
</div>
**What we did today:**
@@ -57,12 +57,12 @@ Tentatively planning next static test fire for July 10th.
2. Verify Flextek board is still running correctly.
<div>
- <center><strong>Discrete Resistor Regression Rate Sensor</strong><p>[[img news/2004-06-26/discreteresistor.jpg size="352x234"]]</p>
+ <center><strong>Discrete Resistor Regression Rate Sensor</strong><p>[[!img news/2004-06-26/discreteresistor.jpg size="352x234"]]</p>
</center>
</div>
<div>
- <center><strong>Discrete Resistor Regression Rate Sensor Schematic</strong><p>[[img news/2004-06-26/discreteresistorschem.jpg size="352x215"]]</p>
+ <center><strong>Discrete Resistor Regression Rate Sensor Schematic</strong><p>[[!img news/2004-06-26/discreteresistorschem.jpg size="352x215"]]</p>
</center>
</div>
@@ -72,8 +72,8 @@ Tentatively planning next static test fire for July 10th.
</div>
<div>
- <center><strong>New static test stand head (partially complete)</strong><p>[[img news/2004-06-26/teststand2.jpg size="352x234"]]</p>
+ <center><strong>New static test stand head (partially complete)</strong><p>[[!img news/2004-06-26/teststand2.jpg size="352x234"]]</p>
</center>
</div>
-[[tag propulsion]]
+[[!tag propulsion]]
diff --git a/news/2004-06-27.mdwn b/news/2004-06-27.mdwn
index e42360f..9f7b53c 100644
--- a/news/2004-06-27.mdwn
+++ b/news/2004-06-27.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2004-06-27 - Conference call with Glen Gardner re: sounding rockets"]]
+[[!meta title="2004-06-27 - Conference call with Glen Gardner re: sounding rockets"]]
Tim, Glenn and Andrew had a conference call with Glen Gardner, who has designed several experiments for NASA sounding rockets. Information on Glenn can be found at <http://members.verizon.net/~vze24qhw>. David Hunter knows Glen, so thanks to Dave for roping him into a conference call with us.
@@ -79,4 +79,4 @@ Here's some notes from the conversation with Glenn:
- Maybe use an supercap for small dropouts.
- Write code in statemachine for so that on reset you can get back to where you were.
-[[tag comm]]
+[[!tag comm]]
diff --git a/news/2004-06-30.mdwn b/news/2004-06-30.mdwn
index a91cc0f..5a6a31e 100644
--- a/news/2004-06-30.mdwn
+++ b/news/2004-06-30.mdwn
@@ -28,4 +28,4 @@ Go with the old route for now which is zeroing out the offset through the offset
-- [[TylerNguyen]] - 30 Jun 2004
-[[tag avionics magnetometer]]
+[[!tag avionics magnetometer]]
diff --git a/news/2004-07-10.mdwn b/news/2004-07-10.mdwn
index e8aeb28..5409948 100644
--- a/news/2004-07-10.mdwn
+++ b/news/2004-07-10.mdwn
@@ -16,11 +16,11 @@ Stay tuned for details. If you are interested in attending please contact Brian
<oneelb@postmark.net>
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2004-07-10/newstand.jpg size="565x375"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2004-07-10/newstand.jpg size="565x375"]]</center>
</div>
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2004-07-10/HyridSensors.jpg size="424x565"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2004-07-10/HyridSensors.jpg size="424x565"]]</center>
</div>
-[[tag propulsion]]
+[[!tag propulsion]]
diff --git a/news/2004-07-17.mdwn b/news/2004-07-17.mdwn
index 15540f0..972a37f 100644
--- a/news/2004-07-17.mdwn
+++ b/news/2004-07-17.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2004-07-17 - PSAS display and workshop at OMSI's &quot;Space Day&quot;"]]
+[[!meta title="2004-07-17 - PSAS display and workshop at OMSI's &quot;Space Day&quot;"]]
In attendance: Josh, Jamey, Tim, Jay, Mike, Brian, Justin, Ted, Eric, Evan, Maggie, Ian, Jim
@@ -143,4 +143,4 @@ Is that optimistic? You bet. But lets see what we can have done by then... it's
3. Software
4. Communications
-[[tag event]]
+[[!tag event]]
diff --git a/news/2004-07-18.mdwn b/news/2004-07-18.mdwn
index 171f839..ec0bc17 100644
--- a/news/2004-07-18.mdwn
+++ b/news/2004-07-18.mdwn
@@ -23,38 +23,38 @@
### <a name="Graphs"></a> Graphs
-[[img news/2004-07-18/071804A.jpg size="422x315"]]
+[[!img news/2004-07-18/071804A.jpg size="422x315"]]
-[[img news/2004-07-18/071804B.jpg size="422x315"]]
+[[!img news/2004-07-18/071804B.jpg size="422x315"]]
-[[img news/2004-07-18/071804D.jpg size="420x313"]]
+[[!img news/2004-07-18/071804D.jpg size="420x313"]]
-[[img news/2004-07-18/071804E.jpg size="420x313"]]
+[[!img news/2004-07-18/071804E.jpg size="420x313"]]
### <a name="Fuel Grain Pictures"></a> Fuel Grain Pictures
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2004-07-18/Hybrid071804a.jpg size="352x264"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2004-07-18/Hybrid071804a.jpg size="352x264"]]</center>
</div>
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2004-07-18/Hybrid071804b.jpg size="352x264"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2004-07-18/Hybrid071804b.jpg size="352x264"]]</center>
</div>
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2004-07-18/Hybrid071804c.jpg size="352x234"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2004-07-18/Hybrid071804c.jpg size="352x234"]]</center>
</div>
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2004-07-18/Hybrid071804d.jpg size="352x234"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2004-07-18/Hybrid071804d.jpg size="352x234"]]</center>
</div>
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2004-07-18/Hybrid071804e.jpg size="352x264"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2004-07-18/Hybrid071804e.jpg size="352x264"]]</center>
</div>
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2004-07-18/Hybrid071804f.jpg size="352x255"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2004-07-18/Hybrid071804f.jpg size="352x255"]]</center>
</div>
### <a name="Video Images"></a> Video Images
@@ -108,4 +108,4 @@
**What's Next**
-[[tag propulsion test]]
+[[!tag propulsion test]]
diff --git a/news/2004-07-20.mdwn b/news/2004-07-20.mdwn
index 332b7a4..efdf273 100644
--- a/news/2004-07-20.mdwn
+++ b/news/2004-07-20.mdwn
@@ -20,4 +20,4 @@ It was all very damn impressive.... I **_like_** losing bets like this.
Peter and Jamey made detailed instructions on how to get this development environment up and running: see the bottom part of [[DevelopmentEnvironmentForLv2]].
-[[tag software]]
+[[!tag software]]
diff --git a/news/2004-07-22.mdwn b/news/2004-07-22.mdwn
index f4824a8..a22d2ab 100644
--- a/news/2004-07-22.mdwn
+++ b/news/2004-07-22.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2004-07-22 - VNA test of solid UHMW PE &quot;v2b&quot; CPAs"]]
+[[!meta title="2004-07-22 - VNA test of solid UHMW PE &quot;v2b&quot; CPAs"]]
## <a name="Overview"></a> Overview
@@ -89,7 +89,7 @@ NEXT TIME DON'T FORGET: FLOPPY, BARREL, PATCH CORD
</center>
</div>
-[[tag comm]]
+[[!tag comm]]
----
Attachments:
diff --git a/news/2004-07-27.mdwn b/news/2004-07-27.mdwn
index 116d4e2..0e73a54 100644
--- a/news/2004-07-27.mdwn
+++ b/news/2004-07-27.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2004-07-27 - v3 patch antenna discussion with airframe and avionics team"]]
+[[!meta title="2004-07-27 - v3 patch antenna discussion with airframe and avionics team"]]
We met at Brian's house and checked - there is 15.75" from abs. bottom of avionics module to bottom of camera shroud. Call it 15.5" for good measure.
@@ -20,4 +20,4 @@ We're turning the avionics module 90 degrees from the current, so that the camer
Brian is going do some kind of slider dealy for the camera.
-[[tag comm]]
+[[!tag comm]]
diff --git a/news/2004-08-08.mdwn b/news/2004-08-08.mdwn
index c8933fa..bcb8db9 100644
--- a/news/2004-08-08.mdwn
+++ b/news/2004-08-08.mdwn
@@ -40,4 +40,4 @@ We will be static firing approximately ten motor will we our out at the Black Ro
Never underestimate the power of a rocket motor![Click Here](http://www.optipoint.com/far/test7.mpg)
-[[tag propulsion]]
+[[!tag propulsion]]
diff --git a/news/2004-08-18.mdwn b/news/2004-08-18.mdwn
index c3039d5..197b8a0 100644
--- a/news/2004-08-18.mdwn
+++ b/news/2004-08-18.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2004-08-18 - VNA test of &quot;v3&quot; CPAs"]]
+[[!meta title="2004-08-18 - VNA test of &quot;v3&quot; CPAs"]]
## <a name="Overview"></a> Overview
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diff --git a/news/2004-08-28.mdwn b/news/2004-08-28.mdwn
index c85a230..6c59dde 100644
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@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2004-08-28 - General Meeting and integration workshop at Brian's house"]]
+[[!meta title="2004-08-28 - General Meeting and integration workshop at Brian's house"]]
We met from 11:00am until 8:00pm at Brian's house to have our final big team meeting pre-launch. It was a mixed success; it was amazing that we were able to pull everything together two weeks before launch, but it also showed how much work we have left to do in the next two weeks! Much thanks to Brian and Amy who hosted us at the house, and fed us grilled hot dogs and pop.
@@ -18,4 +18,4 @@ We met around 5:45pm and discussed BRD logistics and flight status: please see [
- The work really can get done in the next two weeks.
- Final avioncs and software sanity check on Tuesday September 7th (we'll email the results).
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diff --git a/news/2004-09-11.mdwn b/news/2004-09-11.mdwn
index 0edf724..5c31ef5 100644
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@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2004-09-11 - Black Rock Desert work party and dust bath"]]
+[[!meta title="2004-09-11 - Black Rock Desert work party and dust bath"]]
Photo gallery: <http://photos.psas.pdx.edu/blackrock2004>
@@ -65,7 +65,7 @@ Words from Bruce... Here are the weather .CSV files, one from each console. They
- [[BR2004-1.csv]]: Weather data from Bruce's Station
- [[BR2004-2.csv]]: Weather data from Bruce's Station (Console #2)
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diff --git a/news/2004-09-11/test-fire.mdwn b/news/2004-09-11/test-fire.mdwn
index 815f445..4e7241b 100644
--- a/news/2004-09-11/test-fire.mdwn
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@@ -23,10 +23,10 @@
### <a name="Graphs"></a> Graphs
-[[img news/2004-09-11/test-fire/091104A.jpg size="422x316"]]
+[[!img news/2004-09-11/test-fire/091104A.jpg size="422x316"]]
-[[img news/2004-09-11/test-fire/091104B.jpg size="422x316"]]
+[[!img news/2004-09-11/test-fire/091104B.jpg size="422x316"]]
-[[img news/2004-09-11/test-fire/091104C.jpg size="422x316"]]
+[[!img news/2004-09-11/test-fire/091104C.jpg size="422x316"]]
-[[img news/2004-09-11/test-fire/091104Salami.jpg size="422x316"]]
+[[!img news/2004-09-11/test-fire/091104Salami.jpg size="422x316"]]
diff --git a/news/2004-10-09.mdwn b/news/2004-10-09.mdwn
index 84c537c..16c0b12 100644
--- a/news/2004-10-09.mdwn
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@@ -91,7 +91,7 @@ Some areas people have expressed interest in researching
1. Grain design and manufacture
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diff --git a/news/2004-10-10.mdwn b/news/2004-10-10.mdwn
index 6ae8a80..abe6e91 100644
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@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2004-10-10 - Comm system thoughts: End-to-end equipment lists, thoughts on testing"]]
+[[!meta title="2004-10-10 - Comm system thoughts: End-to-end equipment lists, thoughts on testing"]]
Our systems are:
@@ -112,4 +112,4 @@ Our systems are:
- flight computer
- APS/FC power switches
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diff --git a/news/2004-10-11.mdwn b/news/2004-10-11.mdwn
index 6a1d3d7..61c0211 100644
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@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2004-10-11 - LV2 Communications Systems test results"]]
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<table>
<tr>
@@ -54,4 +54,4 @@ Andrew
-- [[JamesPerkins]] - 12 Oct 2004
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diff --git a/news/2004-10-13.mdwn b/news/2004-10-13.mdwn
index 8b6bed9..dd522bb 100644
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@@ -9,4 +9,4 @@ The summary is from Andrew:
- The boost and apogee detect algorithms that we have didn't react like we expected to the simulated data and we don't know why yet.
- The state machine software that sequences the launch is just too untested, and the testing we did do had weird problems interacting with the hardware which we haven't managed to pin down yet.
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diff --git a/news/2004-10-21.mdwn b/news/2004-10-21.mdwn
index 38e6eb0..5a25d70 100644
--- a/news/2004-10-21.mdwn
+++ b/news/2004-10-21.mdwn
@@ -49,7 +49,7 @@ Jamey spent a while explaining the current flight computer software architecture
[[data flow diagram|news/2004-10-21/fcfifo-components.png]]
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diff --git a/news/2004-10-23.mdwn b/news/2004-10-23.mdwn
index 8bdaebd..3655e30 100644
--- a/news/2004-10-23.mdwn
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@@ -112,4 +112,4 @@ UPPER LEVEL SPECIFIC GOALS
- Flight article LOX/Paraffin targets: 1500lbf, 15s burn time, construction cost &lt;=$1000, consumables cost per flight &lt;=$100 (Evan)
- Revise fuel grain construction (better insulative liner, easier insertion and removal) (Evan)
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diff --git a/news/2004-10-27.mdwn b/news/2004-10-27.mdwn
index 6cfd84d..c25cefd 100644
--- a/news/2004-10-27.mdwn
+++ b/news/2004-10-27.mdwn
@@ -23,4 +23,4 @@ Bart, Keithp, Jamey, Ian, Peter, Josh, Boyd
- Sequencer
- Now runs at a constant rate and reads/writes to the blackboard.
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diff --git a/news/2004-10-30.mdwn b/news/2004-10-30.mdwn
index 131e593..e808c44 100644
--- a/news/2004-10-30.mdwn
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@@ -58,7 +58,7 @@ PROCEDURAL
.
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diff --git a/news/2004-11-03.mdwn b/news/2004-11-03.mdwn
index 3c8e344..f49c555 100644
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@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2004-11-03 - General Meeting: updates, integration issues, launch schedule"]]
+[[!meta title="2004-11-03 - General Meeting: updates, integration issues, launch schedule"]]
Agenda points:
@@ -26,7 +26,7 @@ Agenda points:
# <a name="Notes"></a> Notes
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diff --git a/news/2004-11-08.mdwn b/news/2004-11-08.mdwn
index 96a9d82..864c2f0 100644
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@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2004-11-08 - VNA test of LV2 CPAs and ground equipment"]]
+[[!meta title="2004-11-08 - VNA test of LV2 CPAs and ground equipment"]]
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<ul>
@@ -221,4 +221,4 @@ Design Frequency: 2.4120 GHz SWR @ Design Frequency: Resonant Frequency: Low ban
## <a name="Part II: ATV System Long Distanc"></a> Part II: ATV System Long Distance (~5mi) Test
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diff --git a/news/2004-11-13.mdwn b/news/2004-11-13.mdwn
index 02af220..c54d68a 100644
--- a/news/2004-11-13.mdwn
+++ b/news/2004-11-13.mdwn
@@ -12,7 +12,7 @@ Here is an early [[idea|news/2004-10-30/meteringorificetest.pdf]] on how we migh
Here is the [[procedure|news/2004-11-13/meteringtestv1.0.pdf]] for performing the pressurizing test.
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diff --git a/news/2004-11-17.mdwn b/news/2004-11-17.mdwn
index ab41802..a9e4865 100644
--- a/news/2004-11-17.mdwn
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@@ -45,4 +45,4 @@ Block 1 Questions:
-- [[PeterWelte]] - 17 Nov 2004
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diff --git a/news/2004-11-27.mdwn b/news/2004-11-27.mdwn
index 971ca3c..2ad7697 100644
--- a/news/2004-11-27.mdwn
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@@ -12,4 +12,4 @@ If you have any questions please contact me.
Brian<br /> 503.699.5106<br /><oneelb@postmark.net>
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diff --git a/news/2004-11-29.mdwn b/news/2004-11-29.mdwn
index de831d0..e5e31e8 100644
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@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2004-11-29 - PSAS Advisor wins NASA SBIR Grant on Vehicle Health Management"]]
+[[!meta title="2004-11-29 - PSAS Advisor wins NASA SBIR Grant on Vehicle Health Management"]]
[Prof. Bart Massey](http://www.cs.pdx.edu/~bart/), our PSAS CS advisor, and [Tim Menzies](http://barmag.net/), a PSU Resarch Associate Professor, have won a [NASA Small Business Initiative Research (SBIR) grant](http://sbir.gsfc.nasa.gov/SBIR/sbirsttr2004/solicitation/index.html) to develop an Adaptive Intelligent Vehicle Health Management (AIVHM) System. Basically, they propose to develop software to monitor the vehicle's health and attempt to intelligently correct for problems when they occur.
@@ -6,7 +6,7 @@ Bart and Tim won aproximately $68,000 for their Phase I SBIR, which is the resea
For more details, please see their proposal attached below.
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diff --git a/news/2004-12-07.mdwn b/news/2004-12-07.mdwn
index 783e870..af9dc4d 100644
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@@ -219,4 +219,4 @@ At this point Keith left, taking our notes with him. But we got them back.
6. launch\_abort: **REMOVE REC\_MODE\_ABORT!!**
7. boost: redo boost detect? or ok?
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diff --git a/news/2004-12-11.mdwn b/news/2004-12-11.mdwn
index 2a5bb92..0141b49 100644
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@@ -55,4 +55,4 @@ We will schedule another round of test firing. Perhaps 2 –3 firings in approxi
1. Preliminary sketches of new test stand ideas for next meeting
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diff --git a/news/2004-12-12.mdwn b/news/2004-12-12.mdwn
index cd0ce47..2ef37de 100644
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@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2004-12-12 - System Integration and Test Day"]]
+[[!meta title="2004-12-12 - System Integration and Test Day"]]
**Goal:** Do a final systems integration and test of the complete LV2 system
@@ -46,7 +46,7 @@ We'll arrange to bring in sandwiches for lunch and pizza for dinner, so bring mo
- Glenn: RF power meter
- Andrew: Passive GPS antenna with SMA connector(?)
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diff --git a/news/2004-12-15.mdwn b/news/2004-12-15.mdwn
index 648bea2..fb82a5a 100644
--- a/news/2004-12-15.mdwn
+++ b/news/2004-12-15.mdwn
@@ -69,4 +69,4 @@ When we ask for a divisor of 1 for accelerometer messages, our test for correct
netforward can now accept "-" instead of a destination address, to send data to standard output. The invocation of netforward in /etc/network/interfaces on pfield now uses this to log all data sent down by the rocket into /var/log/psas/netforward.log.XXXXXX , where XXXXXX is six random characters. To determine the newest logfile, sort files by date (for example, ls -t).
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diff --git a/news/2004-12-22.mdwn b/news/2004-12-22.mdwn
index 76d04d9..c33b634 100644
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@@ -14,4 +14,4 @@ Josh, Tim, Andrew locally and Jamey remotely via IRC and speakerphone
- Need to make changes in sequencer.c to set/clear the calculate flags and read the quiet flags.
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diff --git a/news/2004-12-27.mdwn b/news/2004-12-27.mdwn
index 2bf8bd3..d6d2cfa 100644
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@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2004-12-27 - ATV test: success across 4.7 mi through the Columbia gorge"]]
+[[!meta title="2004-12-27 - ATV test: success across 4.7 mi through the Columbia gorge"]]
**Who:** Tim, Glenn, Keith and Andrew
@@ -41,4 +41,4 @@ We hypothesize that some commercial radio broadcast near 1.3 GHz was saturating
<center>[[Picture038_27Dec04.jpg]]<br><font size="-1"> <em>The avionics module strapped to the top of Andrew&#39;s van, with umbilical cord plugged in</em> </font></center>
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diff --git a/news/2005-01-05.mdwn b/news/2005-01-05.mdwn
index 6a70ce6..6538dc2 100644
--- a/news/2005-01-05.mdwn
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@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2005-01-05 - PSAS Advisor wins IBM Scholars Program &quot;Linux on POWER&quot; Innovation Grant"]]
+[[!meta title="2005-01-05 - PSAS Advisor wins IBM Scholars Program &quot;Linux on POWER&quot; Innovation Grant"]]
Congratulations to [Prof. Bart Massey](http://www.cs.pdx.edu/~bart/), our PSAS CS advisor, whose proposal to re-outfit PSAS with a new flight computer won a $21,000 research grant from IBM. He was [one of eleven researchers](http://www.developer.ibm.com/university/scholars/products/linux/lig.html) who won grant monies from IBM as part of their "Linux on POWER" innovation grant program. The grants are are part of the IBM Scholars Program, and this particular one is to encourage researchers to try novel things with Linux on IBM's POWER architecure (e.g., the PowerPC architecture) microprocessors.
@@ -46,4 +46,4 @@ In particular, the hard realtime embedded nature of LV2 presents a particularly
Finally, and not negligibly, synergy between PSAS and IBM should provide a source of good publicity for both parties. Rocketry is an interesting application, and PSAS is the key developer of rocket technologies in the ultra-low-cost open HW/SW area. IBM can justly be proud of being part of moving the PSAS effort forward.
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diff --git a/news/2005-02-05.mdwn b/news/2005-02-05.mdwn
index 8e78a13..b055e17 100644
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+++ b/news/2005-02-05.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2005-02-05 - Attempted Launch of LV2 in Millican, Oregon"]]
+[[!meta title="2005-02-05 - Attempted Launch of LV2 in Millican, Oregon"]]
We were so close.
@@ -36,4 +36,4 @@ See also: [[news/2005-02-05/logistics]]
For some more great photos, see the photo gallery: <http://photos.psas.pdx.edu/millican_02_2005>
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diff --git a/news/2005-02-09.mdwn b/news/2005-02-09.mdwn
index 3e55d3b..f4d8466 100644
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@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2005-02-09 - General Meeting: Launch (almost!) debrief, spaceshipone movie"]]
+[[!meta title="2005-02-09 - General Meeting: Launch (almost!) debrief, spaceshipone movie"]]
Although we didn't actually get to launch because of a last minute technical difficulty, this was by far the quickest and most efficient we've ever been. Congrats all around.
@@ -35,4 +35,4 @@ It would be interesting to know the absolute minimum number of people required t
Then we all ate pizza and watched a Discovery Channel show on Wiki:SpaceShipOne, Burt Rutan's private space plane. It was a great show, with lots of interesting technical details - thanks to Jay for suggesting we watch it and bringing a DVD!
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diff --git a/news/2005-02-25.mdwn b/news/2005-02-25.mdwn
index c2c2f25..5000ed8 100644
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@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2005-02-25 - System Test Day at Reed College"]]
+[[!meta title="2005-02-25 - System Test Day at Reed College"]]
## <a name="Introduction"></a> Introduction
@@ -55,4 +55,4 @@ Possible things to do:
- Put filters on the 2m receiver
- Put filters on the GPS
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diff --git a/news/2005-03-09.mdwn b/news/2005-03-09.mdwn
index 9b3f307..0d1c620 100644
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@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2005-03-09 - Fun with a spectrum analyzer: communication team field day at Maxim Semiconductor"]]
+[[!meta title="2005-03-09 - Fun with a spectrum analyzer: communication team field day at Maxim Semiconductor"]]
## <a name="Introduction"></a> Introduction
@@ -82,4 +82,4 @@ Here's what's next:
After fixing problems 1 - 3, we'll then move on to the interference between the ATV and 802.11b radios.
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@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2005-03-14 - GPS, ATV &amp; 2m oh my: Tim and Andrew freeze their asses off testing 2 GPS boards"]]
+[[!meta title="2005-03-14 - GPS, ATV &amp; 2m oh my: Tim and Andrew freeze their asses off testing 2 GPS boards"]]
Who: Tim and Andrew
@@ -39,4 +39,4 @@ Next, we used the SigNav MG5001 on its development board with Tera Term at 9600
3. We don't think a filter on the input of the GPS preamp is going to help since the Jupiter board already has pre-filtering.
4. We do this all again.
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diff --git a/news/2005-03-16.mdwn b/news/2005-03-16.mdwn
index ffd400a..5f7ba68 100644
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@@ -47,4 +47,4 @@ More troubleshooting is needed. Current candidates for the cause of the problem
The problem can't be the gps component of run\_threads because that component is not involved in logging the raw CAN messages.
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diff --git a/news/2005-03-22.mdwn b/news/2005-03-22.mdwn
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@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2005-03-22 - GPS redux: We measure the absolute signal in on the GPS antenna from the ATV system"]]
+[[!meta title="2005-03-22 - GPS redux: We measure the absolute signal in on the GPS antenna from the ATV system"]]
Tim, Glenn, Andrew and Jeromy by phone.
@@ -87,4 +87,4 @@ We talked about adding a SAW filter to the GPS LNA that we're using, but when we
<center><a href="http://photos.psas.pdx.edu/album02/comm_test_2005_03_22_1"> <img alt="comm_test_2005_03_22_1.thumb.jpg" src="http://psas.pdx.edu/albums/album02/comm_test_2005_03_22_1.thumb.jpg"> </a> <a href="http://photos.psas.pdx.edu/album02/comm_test_2005_03_22_2"> <img alt="comm_test_2005_03_22_2.thumb.jpg" src="http://psas.pdx.edu/albums/album02/comm_test_2005_03_22_2.thumb.jpg"><br></a> <font size="-1"> <em>HP 853A + HP 8559A (21 GHZ) crappy LO signal, inside of GPS LNA</em> </font></center>
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diff --git a/news/2005-03-23.mdwn b/news/2005-03-23.mdwn
index a8c7e94..d963f55 100644
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@@ -18,4 +18,4 @@ Agenda:
4. Test ad-hoc demo mode instructions.
5. Create and test FC + simulator instructions.
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diff --git a/news/2005-04-02.mdwn b/news/2005-04-02.mdwn
index 7e61fc4..13db4b0 100644
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@@ -69,4 +69,4 @@ The next hybrid meeting will be in two weeks.
1. Work on spin caster issues, research Hemholtz method of regression measurement
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diff --git a/news/2005-04-16.mdwn b/news/2005-04-16.mdwn
index ff567d2..9dd1f33 100644
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@@ -5,7 +5,7 @@
**In attendance:** Brian O’Neel, Evan Waymire
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2005-04-16/spincaster2.jpg size="414x274"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2005-04-16/spincaster2.jpg size="414x274"]]</center>
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**Topics Discussed:**
@@ -19,7 +19,7 @@ The big problem with the current spin caster is that it is not perfectly aligned
The new method also seems to be flawed. The paraffin grains are better but the cracking is still occurring though it's not as sever.
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2005-04-16/paraffincrack.jpg size="414x274"]]</center>
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The problem may not be due to alignment of the centers but there may just be a flaw in the design of using two aluminum end caps held by o-ring friction in either end of a cardboard tube. There is a certain amount of play in this method and the end plugs can tilt a slight bit causing their centers not to be on the same axis. A more rigid grain holder may be needed.
@@ -39,4 +39,4 @@ The problem may not be due to alignment of the centers but there may just be a f
1. Research Helmholtz method of regression measurement
2. Snap ring calculations
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diff --git a/news/2005-05-01.mdwn b/news/2005-05-01.mdwn
index 78a400e..0cedd92 100644
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**What's Next**
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diff --git a/news/2005-05-26.mdwn b/news/2005-05-26.mdwn
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-[[meta title="2005-05-26 - GPS redux 2: trying a LNA with two added saw filters"]]
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## <a name="Agenda"></a> Agenda
@@ -53,7 +53,7 @@ So: the SAW filters are attenutating the signals in a big way, and the only reas
OK, that explains a lot. Time to yell at Digikey.
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-[[meta title="2005-05-29 - GPS redux 3: SAW filters, GPS/ATV, 2m"]]
+[[!meta title="2005-05-29 - GPS redux 3: SAW filters, GPS/ATV, 2m"]]
## <a name="Part I: The &lt;em&gt;Right&lt;/em&gt; SAW filters"></a> Part I: The _Right_ SAW filters
@@ -30,4 +30,4 @@ Using Paul's signal analzyer, we saw that the LO's 3rd harmonic is larger than t
You'll note in the figure the weirdly shaped magenta trace. That's the output of Q2551 which pulls up just fine, but can't pull down at all. It's pull down is a 680 ohm resistor, so it sucks... causing the clipping you can see. The bounce we think may be the parasitic capacitance coupling the emitter to the base.
-[[tag comm]]
+[[!tag comm]]
diff --git a/news/2005-06-04.mdwn b/news/2005-06-04.mdwn
index a3ade92..4bf4641 100644
--- a/news/2005-06-04.mdwn
+++ b/news/2005-06-04.mdwn
@@ -19,13 +19,13 @@ The other interesting note about our last static fire was the very high combusti
A preliminary Fast Fourier Transform analysis has been performed on our recent static test and it seems to show that there is an approximately 130 Hz oscillation occurring in the combustion chamber during these 1-2 duration start-up periods. The analysis is done in Matlab and still needs to be verified that we are using the FFT function correctly [[(see .m code)|news/2005-06-04/plot050105B.txt]].
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2005-06-04/050105Bfft.jpg size="414x274"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2005-06-04/050105Bfft.jpg size="414x274"]]</center>
</div>
Similar oscillations can be in a lower thrust test done last July
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2005-06-04/071804Efft.jpg size="414x274"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2005-06-04/071804Efft.jpg size="414x274"]]</center>
</div>
These oscillations stop after a short period of time and have occurred at several different metering orifice inlet pressures so we are thinking it may have something to do with the physical geometry of the paraffin grain. At higher mass flow rates, and therefore higher regression rate, the instability seems to be passed through quicker. Perhaps in the next round of testing we will start a fuel grain with a larger port diameter to see how this affects the situation.
@@ -88,7 +88,7 @@ We will meet again in two weeks.
1. Research Hemholtz method of regression measurement
2. Snap ring calculations
-[[tag propulsion]]
+[[!tag propulsion]]
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Attachments:
diff --git a/news/2005-06-18.mdwn b/news/2005-06-18.mdwn
index 52f5198..3746b26 100644
--- a/news/2005-06-18.mdwn
+++ b/news/2005-06-18.mdwn
@@ -63,4 +63,4 @@ We will meet again in two weeks. We will likely have another static test fire in
1. Research Hemholtz method of regression measurement
-[[tag propulsion]]
+[[!tag propulsion]]
diff --git a/news/2005-06-21.mdwn b/news/2005-06-21.mdwn
index bdb9805..1d88a14 100644
--- a/news/2005-06-21.mdwn
+++ b/news/2005-06-21.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2005-06-21 - GPS redux 4: test of retuned 2m &amp; GPS: success!"]]
+[[!meta title="2005-06-21 - GPS redux 4: test of retuned 2m &amp; GPS: success!"]]
Who: Tim, Glenn and Andrew
@@ -41,4 +41,4 @@ So hooray, the ATV/2m/GPS interference problem has been solved.
Now we just need to figure out what happened to the 2m receiver, or replace it with the old LV1b receiver.
-[[tag comm]]
+[[!tag comm]]
diff --git a/news/2005-07-03.mdwn b/news/2005-07-03.mdwn
index 4d12d32..4586651 100644
--- a/news/2005-07-03.mdwn
+++ b/news/2005-07-03.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2005-07-03 - System Test at Gabriel Park"]]
+[[!meta title="2005-07-03 - System Test at Gabriel Park"]]
**Goal:** Do a final "pre-launch" test of the complete LV2 system
@@ -92,4 +92,4 @@ Thank you to everyone who helped - everyone really worked their butts off, and t
2. Use the [[CurrentBringList]]
3. Would have been handy: stepladder, ATV and rocketview display at launch tower, lots more water, lots of business cards
-[[tag general test]]
+[[!tag general test]]
diff --git a/news/2005-07-06.mdwn b/news/2005-07-06.mdwn
index 4bab010..076581a 100644
--- a/news/2005-07-06.mdwn
+++ b/news/2005-07-06.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2005-07-06 - General Meeting: Planned integration test at Gabriel Park (7/9)."]]
+[[!meta title="2005-07-06 - General Meeting: Planned integration test at Gabriel Park (7/9)."]]
Andrew was absent due to an emergency. The meeting proceeded in a less-than-usually directed fashion coordinated by Brian, and unexpectedly, Tim.
@@ -38,4 +38,4 @@ We concluded the coherent portion of the meeting with a logistics power circle l
After that we divided into group discussion while following the laws of diffusion. Soon the whole thing degenerated into a software meeting.
-[[tag general]]
+[[!tag general]]
diff --git a/news/2005-07-09.mdwn b/news/2005-07-09.mdwn
index f20c404..9b00fc4 100644
--- a/news/2005-07-09.mdwn
+++ b/news/2005-07-09.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2005-07-09 - System Test at Gabriel Park"]]
+[[!meta title="2005-07-09 - System Test at Gabriel Park"]]
**Goal:** Successful "pre-launch" test of the complete LV2 system
@@ -99,4 +99,4 @@ In the first complete test the sequencing looked good including the recovery nod
By that time it was pretty late (past 6) and just starting to rain, so we packed and headed out. Break down was pretty efficient. It was a nice day in the park.
-[[tag general test]]
+[[!tag general test]]
diff --git a/news/2005-07-23.mdwn b/news/2005-07-23.mdwn
index 2f5a721..94f48e9 100644
--- a/news/2005-07-23.mdwn
+++ b/news/2005-07-23.mdwn
@@ -11,13 +11,13 @@
Over the past few weeks the version 2 motor has been moving forware (Thanks Maggie!). We now have one complete set of [[motor hardware|news/2005-07-23/ver2parts.jpg]] minus the snap ring grooves. Evan finished the [[snap ring analysis|news/2005-07-23/snapringanalysis.pdf]] and whipped out an improvised snap ring cutter from a tool steel blank. We will try to get the grooves cut this week and fully assemble one motor.
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2005-07-23/ver2exploded.jpg size="414x260"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2005-07-23/ver2exploded.jpg size="414x260"]]</center>
</div>
The new spin casting technique is also a success. We will be able to try the [[new grains|news/2005-07-23/goodgrainJuly05.jpg]] in the version 2 motor as well. The new technique uses the lathe to spin the grain, while molten paraffin is introduced through a hole at one end of the spinning assembly. The end cracking and surface cracking issues we have seen in the past are now resolved.
<div>
- <center>[[img news/2005-07-23/version2spincaster.jpg size="414x275"]]</center>
+ <center>[[!img news/2005-07-23/version2spincaster.jpg size="414x275"]]</center>
</div>
The Matlab 'hybrid motor' code is mostly done. The program will perform a quick and thorough analysis of the motor performance from the Excel spread sheet created by the Lab VIEW DAQ system. Some tweaks and clean-up are still needed and the GUI front end needs to be finished. It should all be done in the next two weeks.
@@ -54,4 +54,4 @@ Our next propulsion meeting will probably be September 3rd, due to scheduled pre
There will still be flexible weekly work parties at the shop if you’re interested in contributing. The work sessions are fairly short (3hrs) and are focused on completing specific tasks and not so much focused on discussing design philosophy. So if you feel like getting your hands dirty please send an email to either the propulsion mailing list or 'oneelb@postmark.net'
-[[tag propulsion]]
+[[!tag propulsion]]
diff --git a/news/2005-08-03.mdwn b/news/2005-08-03.mdwn
index 8ba7a0f..ffd211d 100644
--- a/news/2005-08-03.mdwn
+++ b/news/2005-08-03.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2005-08-03 - General Meeting: launch logistics for 8/20 launch"]]
+[[!meta title="2005-08-03 - General Meeting: launch logistics for 8/20 launch"]]
Brian - hybrid update. Gaseous oxygen and paraffin wax motor is going to be test fired in a few months, should be able to verify Stanford's results on regression rate at that point. After that, moving on to liquid oxygen motor. Flight motor within two years, if life is good.
@@ -41,4 +41,4 @@ Hams: Andrew, Glenn, Holly, Jamey, Sarah, Larry, Keith, Bart
recovery teams: Holly, Sarah, Larry.... Trina? Markus?
-[[tag general]]
+[[!tag general]]
diff --git a/news/2005-08-06.mdwn b/news/2005-08-06.mdwn
index 45ae565..31fa91c 100644
--- a/news/2005-08-06.mdwn
+++ b/news/2005-08-06.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2005-08-06 - System Test at Portland International Raceway"]]
+[[!meta title="2005-08-06 - System Test at Portland International Raceway"]]
## <a name="Summary of test"></a> Summary of test
@@ -77,4 +77,4 @@ Full PSAS system test, WITHOUT the launch tower, with a focus on flight computer
- Repetitive successes: run the full gamut three times.
- Test passed.
-[[tag general test]]
+[[!tag general test]]
diff --git a/news/2005-08-13.mdwn b/news/2005-08-13.mdwn
index 66c8a35..5d395b5 100644
--- a/news/2005-08-13.mdwn
+++ b/news/2005-08-13.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2005-08-13 - System Test at Gabriel Park"]]
+[[!meta title="2005-08-13 - System Test at Gabriel Park"]]
## <a name="Test Summary"></a> Test Summary
@@ -59,4 +59,4 @@ Full PSAS system test. By the checklist. Goals:
- Run through the checklist a bzillion time, by the checklist. Did we mention the checklist? **_DONE_**
- Modify the checklist as necessary to reflect changes in software/hardware since February **_DONE_**
-[[tag general test]]
+[[!tag general test]]
diff --git a/news/2005-08-18.mdwn b/news/2005-08-18.mdwn
index a928eaa..4abc124 100644
--- a/news/2005-08-18.mdwn
+++ b/news/2005-08-18.mdwn
@@ -16,4 +16,4 @@ We spent about 3 hours carefully getting the avionics system ready for flight. L
As someone aptly said: "Now we get to find out what the universe thinks of our system". ;)
-[[tag avionics]]
+[[!tag avionics]]
diff --git a/news/2005-08-20.mdwn b/news/2005-08-20.mdwn
index 803adbc..ab59d1f 100644
--- a/news/2005-08-20.mdwn
+++ b/news/2005-08-20.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2005-08-20 - A spectacular flight of LV2, but with an unhappy ending"]]
+[[!meta title="2005-08-20 - A spectacular flight of LV2, but with an unhappy ending"]]
<div>
<center><a href="http://photos.psas.pdx.edu/fred_azinger_08-20-2005/fred_lv2_launch_DSC_5343_cropped.jpg"> <img alt="245x640-fred_lv2_launch_DSC_5343_cropped.jpg" src="http://photos.psas.pdx.edu/fred_azinger_08-20-2005/.cache/245x640-fred_lv2_launch_DSC_5343_cropped.jpg"> </a></center>
@@ -145,7 +145,7 @@ So on one hand, congratulations to everyone for all the enormous success of the
So... anyone up for LV2.3? Or how about LV3? ;)
-[[tag event announcement]]
+[[!tag event announcement]]
----
Attachments:
diff --git a/news/2005-09-01.mdwn b/news/2005-09-01.mdwn
index 8a2a365..cd7b88a 100644
--- a/news/2005-09-01.mdwn
+++ b/news/2005-09-01.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2005-09-01 - General Meeting: Post-mortem analysis of LV2's wreckage"]]
+[[!meta title="2005-09-01 - General Meeting: Post-mortem analysis of LV2's wreckage"]]
A bunch of us gathered to do a post mortem on LV2 this evening. We spread tarps and white sheets down on the FAB 155 table and began trying to do a "crash analysis" on the remains. It was pretty brutal: there wasn't a single "ok" piece of the rocket. Surface mount components we stripped off boards, circuit boards chipped into tiny pieces and conformally smushed into crevaces in the Aluminum... and there was almost zero evidence of the compact flash card we hoped to find. We think we found the carier board, but the CF card itself seems to have disintigrated.
@@ -243,4 +243,4 @@ To increase the system reliability in future do these things
Note that some people have noted that we probably should move away from gunpowder gas generators and move to cold gas systems; we may very well do that.
-[[tag general]]
+[[!tag general]]
diff --git a/news/2005-10-03.mdwn b/news/2005-10-03.mdwn
index 4bee212..e57f632 100644
--- a/news/2005-10-03.mdwn
+++ b/news/2005-10-03.mdwn
@@ -22,4 +22,4 @@ Requests must be signed by adviser before SFC meetings (reserve and expenditure
Be sure to be familiar with the food and travel policies from the SFC guidelines. Food policy, part 2, should be read (a and b and c and (d or e)).
-[[tag psu-club]]
+[[!tag psu-club]]
diff --git a/news/2005-10-04.mdwn b/news/2005-10-04.mdwn
index c75d79c..1b71486 100644
--- a/news/2005-10-04.mdwn
+++ b/news/2005-10-04.mdwn
@@ -30,4 +30,4 @@ When filling out the "Level" form: "Meetings" are for business; "Activities" are
Expenditure Requests are basically requests for a check, though other kinds of purchases are options: Office Depot (with discounts and next-day delivery), Kinko's, and others. Fill out at least a week before you need the money.
-[[tag psu-club]]
+[[!tag psu-club]]
diff --git a/news/2005-10-06.mdwn b/news/2005-10-06.mdwn
index 0fe4241..1fade0f 100644
--- a/news/2005-10-06.mdwn
+++ b/news/2005-10-06.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2005-10-06 - General Meeting: what do we do next?"]]
+[[!meta title="2005-10-06 - General Meeting: what do we do next?"]]
## <a name="Overview"></a> Overview
@@ -65,4 +65,4 @@ Jamey set up PSAS as a PSU student group. This gets us some funding, but more im
We also decided to get back to monthly team meetings as we work on the new LV2: our official schedule is now the 1st Wednesday of each month in FAB155 at 7:00pm.
-[[tag general]]
+[[!tag general]]
diff --git a/news/2005-10-12.mdwn b/news/2005-10-12.mdwn
index 0663093..7cd9fc7 100644
--- a/news/2005-10-12.mdwn
+++ b/news/2005-10-12.mdwn
@@ -62,4 +62,4 @@ With the destruction of LV2, much of the wiki content has become obsolete. We sh
1. Ian has a car, so he'll pick up the PPC [[FlightComputer]] from Andrew for next week's meeting. (**Update:** little did Ian know that his car battery had died. By the time he got it fixed, Andrew was in Wisconsin. Bummer.)
2. Figure out and document installing and using a PPC cross-compiler toolchain. (**Update:** Josh has figured a lot of this out and posted directions linked from the [[SoftwareTeamHome]].)
-[[tag software]]
+[[!tag software]]
diff --git a/news/2005-10-25.mdwn b/news/2005-10-25.mdwn
index 0160d98..f65ca4e 100644
--- a/news/2005-10-25.mdwn
+++ b/news/2005-10-25.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2005-10-25 - Discussion of avionics architecture and PPC flight computer"]]
+[[!meta title="2005-10-25 - Discussion of avionics architecture and PPC flight computer"]]
Attending: [[JameySharp]], [[SarahBailey]], [[AndrewGreenberg]], ??
@@ -6,4 +6,4 @@ Lots of pictures! Someone annotate these.
[[PPC.jpg]] [[avionics.jpg]] [[avionics_more.jpg]]
-[[tag avionics]]
+[[!tag avionics]]
diff --git a/news/2005-11-10.mdwn b/news/2005-11-10.mdwn
index 13b8ee4..26ce4cd 100644
--- a/news/2005-11-10.mdwn
+++ b/news/2005-11-10.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2005-11-10 - Status report for IBM"]]
+[[!meta title="2005-11-10 - Status report for IBM"]]
IBM gave us a [[$21,000 grant|news/2005-01-05]] to develop software utilizing Linux on their Power architecture systems.
diff --git a/news/2005-11-30.mdwn b/news/2005-11-30.mdwn
index b679ece..56f447a 100644
--- a/news/2005-11-30.mdwn
+++ b/news/2005-11-30.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2005-11-30 - More avionics architecture, PPC flight computer, and CAN vs USB discussions"]]
+[[!meta title="2005-11-30 - More avionics architecture, PPC flight computer, and CAN vs USB discussions"]]
Attending: [[JameySharp]], [[SarahBailey]], [[AndrewGreenberg]], ??
@@ -8,4 +8,4 @@ Lots of pictures! Someone annotate these.
[[avionics_more2.jpg]]
-[[tag avionics]]
+[[!tag avionics]]
diff --git a/news/2005-12-06.mdwn b/news/2005-12-06.mdwn
index c7dfa49..4459f4c 100644
--- a/news/2005-12-06.mdwn
+++ b/news/2005-12-06.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2005-12-06 - First meeting of the capstone team: Introductions, USB vs. CAN, and EagleCAD"]]
+[[!meta title="2005-12-06 - First meeting of the capstone team: Introductions, USB vs. CAN, and EagleCAD"]]
Attending: [[Sarah Bailey|SarahBailey]], [[GlennLeBrasseur]], Jacob Davidson, Andrew Greenberg, and various other PSAS members.
@@ -46,4 +46,4 @@ Workshop for EagleCAD coming soon. PARTS was talking about doing a workshop, we
If we decide to do USB, we can ask questions and/or set up an appointment with Greg Kroah-Hartman.
-[[tag capstonelv2b]]
+[[!tag capstonelv2b]]
diff --git a/news/2005-12-13.mdwn b/news/2005-12-13.mdwn
index 9065b8f..f69bc34 100644
--- a/news/2005-12-13.mdwn
+++ b/news/2005-12-13.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2005-12-13 - Capstone Team: Milestones, meeting with Faust, deliverables, some technical stuff"]]
+[[!meta title="2005-12-13 - Capstone Team: Milestones, meeting with Faust, deliverables, some technical stuff"]]
# Capstone Team Meeting 2005/12/13
@@ -34,4 +34,4 @@ For the class they need:
- Figure out the media of the design notes
- Post the project proposal to the wiki
-[[tag capstonelv2b]]
+[[!tag capstonelv2b]]
diff --git a/news/2005-12-16.mdwn b/news/2005-12-16.mdwn
index 93cce1e..fa2b53d 100644
--- a/news/2005-12-16.mdwn
+++ b/news/2005-12-16.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2005-12-16 - Capstone Team: Official meeting with faculty advisor, Mark Faust"]]
+[[!meta title="2005-12-16 - Capstone Team: Official meeting with faculty advisor, Mark Faust"]]
## Faust's expectations
@@ -34,4 +34,4 @@
- Discuss block diagram (is it sane, should it be changed, how does it relate to the CAN front-end)
-[[tag capstonelv2b]]
+[[!tag capstonelv2b]]
diff --git a/news/2005-12-20.mdwn b/news/2005-12-20.mdwn
index aaf6acf..6f57372 100644
--- a/news/2005-12-20.mdwn
+++ b/news/2005-12-20.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2005-12-20 - Capstone Team: Goals of PSAS and how they relate to the capstone project"]]
+[[!meta title="2005-12-20 - Capstone Team: Goals of PSAS and how they relate to the capstone project"]]
# Back to the Basics
@@ -131,4 +131,4 @@ SMAD - space mission analysis and design - large book, but a good resource
Wednesday, January 4th, 2006 - FAB155, 7pm. Professor Faust will be attending. (Didn't show.)
-[[tag capstonelv2b]]
+[[!tag capstonelv2b]]
diff --git a/news/2006-01-04.mdwn b/news/2006-01-04.mdwn
index 02a8d62..cfe9b01 100644
--- a/news/2006-01-04.mdwn
+++ b/news/2006-01-04.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2006-01-04 - Capstone Team: USB discussion and schedule planning"]]
+[[!meta title="2006-01-04 - Capstone Team: USB discussion and schedule planning"]]
## Communication bus discussion
@@ -60,4 +60,4 @@ Questions:
- Do more research on USB safety-critical systems
- Add to [[bus discussion page|CapstoneLv2bBusDiscussion]] and [[project proposal page|CapstoneLv2bProjectProposal]]
-[[tag capstonelv2b]]
+[[!tag capstonelv2b]]
diff --git a/news/2006-01-13.mdwn b/news/2006-01-13.mdwn
index a9a09a8..50f037e 100644
--- a/news/2006-01-13.mdwn
+++ b/news/2006-01-13.mdwn
@@ -8,4 +8,4 @@ Sarah, Jacob, Bart, Jamey, Andrew, Glenn
- finish decision matrix for communication busses
- start project proposal
-[[tag capstonelv2b]]
+[[!tag capstonelv2b]]
diff --git a/news/2006-01-18.mdwn b/news/2006-01-18.mdwn
index 85ad591..9959042 100644
--- a/news/2006-01-18.mdwn
+++ b/news/2006-01-18.mdwn
@@ -7,4 +7,4 @@ Sarah, Jacob, Tim, Glenn
- go over microcontroller decision matrix and product proposal rough draft with PSAS members
- Ask Tim to diferentiate between needs and wants.
-[[tag capstonelv2b]]
+[[!tag capstonelv2b]]
diff --git a/news/2006-01-20.mdwn b/news/2006-01-20.mdwn
index 1a0da7d..d1522e0 100644
--- a/news/2006-01-20.mdwn
+++ b/news/2006-01-20.mdwn
@@ -6,4 +6,4 @@ Sarah, Jacob, Jamey, Glenn
- ECE round tables, 10am
- finish project proposal, start on project schedule
-[[tag capstonelv2b]]
+[[!tag capstonelv2b]]
diff --git a/news/2006-01-27.mdwn b/news/2006-01-27.mdwn
index 056292d..1066a5b 100644
--- a/news/2006-01-27.mdwn
+++ b/news/2006-01-27.mdwn
@@ -6,4 +6,4 @@ Present: Sarah, Jacob
- Finalize schedule
- Finalize PDS
-[[tag capstonelv2b]]
+[[!tag capstonelv2b]]
diff --git a/news/2006-02-01.mdwn b/news/2006-02-01.mdwn
index e1d2679..b57bdee 100644
--- a/news/2006-02-01.mdwn
+++ b/news/2006-02-01.mdwn
@@ -10,4 +10,4 @@ Agenda:
Minutes:
-[[tag capstonelv2b]]
+[[!tag capstonelv2b]]
diff --git a/news/2006-02-03.mdwn b/news/2006-02-03.mdwn
index 19b26f1..ada8fb3 100644
--- a/news/2006-02-03.mdwn
+++ b/news/2006-02-03.mdwn
@@ -30,4 +30,4 @@ Note:
- - Mark has about 40 Telos Motes; They are available for development. Ask Mark for info about them.
-[[tag capstonelv2b]]
+[[!tag capstonelv2b]]
diff --git a/news/2006-02-06.mdwn b/news/2006-02-06.mdwn
index bf9ba8e..db9fcdb 100644
--- a/news/2006-02-06.mdwn
+++ b/news/2006-02-06.mdwn
@@ -29,4 +29,4 @@ Here's the sketch of the new SPS block diagram (t's a composite of three shots).
[[new_fe_sps_block_diagram.jpg]]
-[[tag capstonelv2b]]
+[[!tag capstonelv2b]]
diff --git a/news/2006-02-08-airframe.mdwn b/news/2006-02-08-airframe.mdwn
index fa41c89..209f354 100644
--- a/news/2006-02-08-airframe.mdwn
+++ b/news/2006-02-08-airframe.mdwn
@@ -5,4 +5,4 @@ We all met at the general meeting and discussed things. We will:
- Meet this Saturday 2/11 at 2pm at Gordon's shop to take a gander at what he his in his shop
- Have the first big airframe team meeeting February 22nd, 2006
-[[tag airframe]]
+[[!tag airframe]]
diff --git a/news/2006-02-08-student-club.mdwn b/news/2006-02-08-student-club.mdwn
index 98d00dc..7ebd4ef 100644
--- a/news/2006-02-08-student-club.mdwn
+++ b/news/2006-02-08-student-club.mdwn
@@ -12,4 +12,4 @@ After the general meeting, the students in the group met to elect officers for t
By acclamation, it was moved to accept the nominations without a formal election.
-[[tag psu-club]]
+[[!tag psu-club]]
diff --git a/news/2006-02-09.mdwn b/news/2006-02-09.mdwn
index 09c47f2..86bb6c9 100644
--- a/news/2006-02-09.mdwn
+++ b/news/2006-02-09.mdwn
@@ -8,4 +8,4 @@
Jay wasn't able to find out more about the SOC leadership workshops.
-[[tag psu-club]]
+[[!tag psu-club]]
diff --git a/news/2006-02-15.mdwn b/news/2006-02-15.mdwn
index 9fb24eb..40109aa 100644
--- a/news/2006-02-15.mdwn
+++ b/news/2006-02-15.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2006-02-15 - EAGLE CAD Workshop"]]
+[[!meta title="2006-02-15 - EAGLE CAD Workshop"]]
- When: Wednesday February 15th from 6:00pm to 10:00pm
- Where: [[Fourth Avenue Building|/FABDirections]] Room 150 (this is the classroom just north of the PSU ECE office)
@@ -41,4 +41,4 @@ If you're going to come to the workshop, please do the following:
Here are the workshop notes: [[EagleCadWorkshopNotes]]
-[[tag avionics]]
+[[!tag avionics]]
diff --git a/news/2006-02-18.mdwn b/news/2006-02-18.mdwn
index 2cbda94..ba0ea48 100644
--- a/news/2006-02-18.mdwn
+++ b/news/2006-02-18.mdwn
@@ -4,4 +4,4 @@ Glenn drew the maximum node front end size, and the maximum size of the various
After ruling out all the 144 pin packages, we were left with 2-4 microcontrollers in each category (CAN only, USB only, and both CAN and USB). We picked the most obvious candidates for each category, and compared across categories. The CAN only microcontrollers didn't come in anything less than 100 pins, and the same was true of the USB and CAN packages. The USB only microcontrollers came in as small as 64 pins (which is the same size as the previous 44 pin PIC package). Since Andrew was unlikely to go with a USB only chip, we said the USB and CAN microcontroller (Atmel) was the best choice. [[However...|news/2006-02-22]]
-[[tag capstonelv2b]]
+[[!tag capstonelv2b]]
diff --git a/news/2006-02-22.mdwn b/news/2006-02-22.mdwn
index f05918b..4a6e592 100644
--- a/news/2006-02-22.mdwn
+++ b/news/2006-02-22.mdwn
@@ -65,4 +65,4 @@ Specifically look for:
There should be a critique of this microcontroller on the wiki by next Wednesday.
-[[tag capstonelv2b]]
+[[!tag capstonelv2b]]
diff --git a/news/2006-02-24.mdwn b/news/2006-02-24.mdwn
index 11c12f0..fb00401 100644
--- a/news/2006-02-24.mdwn
+++ b/news/2006-02-24.mdwn
@@ -35,7 +35,7 @@ The worst part of this issue is that Sodexho is supposed to control all of campu
Shannon also had some things to say about traveling. See the attached flier.
-[[tag psu-club]]
+[[!tag psu-club]]
----
Attachments:
diff --git a/news/2006-03-01.mdwn b/news/2006-03-01.mdwn
index db468d8..b0140bd 100644
--- a/news/2006-03-01.mdwn
+++ b/news/2006-03-01.mdwn
@@ -6,4 +6,4 @@ Since the STM chip has these warts, we started to explore other alternatives. Th
It was decided to take another week to dissect the Philips and Atmel USB chips to see if they were any better than the STM chip.
-[[tag capstonelv2b]]
+[[!tag capstonelv2b]]
diff --git a/news/2006-03-07.mdwn b/news/2006-03-07.mdwn
index 7794224..5fc1c7b 100644
--- a/news/2006-03-07.mdwn
+++ b/news/2006-03-07.mdwn
@@ -1,3 +1,3 @@
We did this...
-[[tag capstonelv2b]]
+[[!tag capstonelv2b]]
diff --git a/news/2006-04-11.mdwn b/news/2006-04-11.mdwn
index d78a5b4..d5dd8fd 100644
--- a/news/2006-04-11.mdwn
+++ b/news/2006-04-11.mdwn
@@ -2,4 +2,4 @@ Attending: [[MariaWebster]], [[SarahBailey]], [[MarcusWeltin]]
Discussed current budget ($300) and added to the [[wish list|WishList]]. Marcus is working on an IMU for the rocket, and has a list of parts he wants for it. Other items discussed included a PSAS banner, power strips for meetings, and USB to serial adaptors (since most of the hardware we work with requires a serial port and newer laptops don't have serial ports).
-[[tag psu-club]]
+[[!tag psu-club]]
diff --git a/news/2006-04-26.mdwn b/news/2006-04-26.mdwn
index 7da7c90..20de406 100644
--- a/news/2006-04-26.mdwn
+++ b/news/2006-04-26.mdwn
@@ -25,4 +25,4 @@ Frank displayed several signs
- Who do we talk to get a banner?
- What input formats do they take? (e.g. svg, illustrator, bunch of 8"x11" paper taped together)
-[[tag psu-club]]
+[[!tag psu-club]]
diff --git a/news/2006-05-07.mdwn b/news/2006-05-07.mdwn
index a93cb63..c51100c 100644
--- a/news/2006-05-07.mdwn
+++ b/news/2006-05-07.mdwn
@@ -11,4 +11,4 @@ Motion passed unanimously to keep Maria, Sarah, Frank, and Larry as officers.
Previous treasurer Jay Flakus is no longer a student.
-[[tag psu-club]]
+[[!tag psu-club]]
diff --git a/news/2006-07-26.mdwn b/news/2006-07-26.mdwn
index d68cd33..7ebbaba 100644
--- a/news/2006-07-26.mdwn
+++ b/news/2006-07-26.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2006-07-26 - O'Reilly Open Source Convention exhibit"]]
+[[!meta title="2006-07-26 - O'Reilly Open Source Convention exhibit"]]
PSU will be sharing an Exhibit Hall booth at [OSCON 2006](http://conferences.oreillynet.com/os2006/) with the [Open Source Lab](http://osuosl.org) at Oregon State University, sponsored through the generosity of IBM. OSCON 2006 is 24-28 July 2006 at the Oregon Convention Center. Volunteers (preferably 2 in the booth at any given time) are needed to set up and staff the booth. Please sign up here.
@@ -130,4 +130,4 @@ Please fill in the timespans you're willing to work in the table below. There's
</table>
</div>
-[[tag event]]
+[[!tag event]]
diff --git a/news/2006-08-02.mdwn b/news/2006-08-02.mdwn
index b7c8ef0..315f550 100644
--- a/news/2006-08-02.mdwn
+++ b/news/2006-08-02.mdwn
@@ -48,4 +48,4 @@
- Tim - old
- **Choice: new logo**
-[[tag psu-club]]
+[[!tag psu-club]]
diff --git a/news/2006-08-02/logo.mdwn b/news/2006-08-02/logo.mdwn
index aab6eca..d1b023c 100644
--- a/news/2006-08-02/logo.mdwn
+++ b/news/2006-08-02/logo.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[toc levels="6"]]
+[[!toc levels="6"]]
# New PSAS Logo Page
diff --git a/news/2006-08-23.mdwn b/news/2006-08-23.mdwn
index 624191b..e2e50d2 100644
--- a/news/2006-08-23.mdwn
+++ b/news/2006-08-23.mdwn
@@ -14,4 +14,4 @@ Andrew and Jonathan presumably got some work done on GPL/GPS.
Tim and Judy did some Uncertainty Team work.
-[[tag software]]
+[[!tag software]]
diff --git a/news/2006-08-30.mdwn b/news/2006-08-30.mdwn
index c1409c8..b512e38 100644
--- a/news/2006-08-30.mdwn
+++ b/news/2006-08-30.mdwn
@@ -93,4 +93,4 @@ Keith and Eric showed up and hacked a reverse ssh connection to their workplace
Tim showed off his latest hack: a Forth system for his little ARM7 robot board. He can now define words on the fly over a bluetooth link, and he had a blinkenlights demo to show. He's prepping for a demo to the Portland robotics club on Saturday. It lives in <http://svn.psas.pdx.edu/trunk/other/redDwarf/>
-[[tag software]]
+[[!tag software]]
diff --git a/news/2006-09-06-avionics.mdwn b/news/2006-09-06-avionics.mdwn
index 9c1657a..710120f 100644
--- a/news/2006-09-06-avionics.mdwn
+++ b/news/2006-09-06-avionics.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2006-09-06 - Notes up until this point"]]
+[[!meta title="2006-09-06 - Notes up until this point"]]
We've been working for a long time on the new avionics system, but we haven't been really tracking our work since the majority of work has been by and on the 2006 Capstone team who have been updating the avionics nodes.
@@ -9,4 +9,4 @@ Some things of interest in tonights meeting:
- Andrew and Tim decided to rename the avionics system from 'lv2b' to 'av2b' in the sense of 'Avionics System 2 version b'. So the first one we build will be 'av2b1', the second copy will be 'av2b2', etc. This way the avionics system is now officially independent of the airframe (which is now 'LV2c' since it's the third LV2 class airframe.
- Andrew tore up the avionics team home, archiving the LV2 project and really starting the documentation on the AV2b project.
-[[tag avionics]]
+[[!tag avionics]]
diff --git a/news/2006-09-06-software.mdwn b/news/2006-09-06-software.mdwn
index 4cb13ff..c0a5c65 100644
--- a/news/2006-09-06-software.mdwn
+++ b/news/2006-09-06-software.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[toc levels="6"]]
+[[!toc levels="6"]]
Attendees: Jamey, IanO, Darrick, Josh, Jonathan Grimm, Andrew, TimB, Judy, Sarah, Joel, KeithP, Eric Anholt, Kyle
@@ -12,4 +12,4 @@ Software and avionics:
# New source tree
-[[tag software]]
+[[!tag software]]
diff --git a/news/2006-10-17.mdwn b/news/2006-10-17.mdwn
index 5e04e3f..7ecd7d5 100644
--- a/news/2006-10-17.mdwn
+++ b/news/2006-10-17.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2006-10-17 - PSAS Booth at The Digital Avionics System Conference (DASC) 2006"]]
+[[!meta title="2006-10-17 - PSAS Booth at The Digital Avionics System Conference (DASC) 2006"]]
DASC 2006 (<http://www.dasconline.org/>) is at the [downtown Portland Hilton hotel](http://www.hilton.com/en/hi/hotels/index.jhtml?ctyhocn=PDXPHHH) (921 SW Sixth Avenue) this week. In a huge win for PSAS, the AESS has given us a free booth to hang with the "aerospace big kids" and show off our project. And during the inevitable slow times, it'll also be a great time for us to actually get some PSAS work done!
@@ -218,4 +218,4 @@ So here's a sign up sheet. Please sign yourself up, and/or email me (Andrew) and
- AV2b components: FC, Olimex boards, patch antenna, etc.
- LV1 airframe (from Brian?)
-[[tag event]]
+[[!tag event]]
diff --git a/news/2006-11-08.mdwn b/news/2006-11-08.mdwn
index 162a635..fd8cddc 100644
--- a/news/2006-11-08.mdwn
+++ b/news/2006-11-08.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[toc levels="6"]]
+[[!toc levels="6"]]
Attendees: Jamey, Josh, Ian, Bart
@@ -20,4 +20,4 @@ Note: USB transfers have a kernel log.
Minimum requirements: \* packet length \* message (unique between nodes?) \* data
-[[tag software]]
+[[!tag software]]
diff --git a/news/2006-11-15.mdwn b/news/2006-11-15.mdwn
index fcd6edf..ae668a4 100644
--- a/news/2006-11-15.mdwn
+++ b/news/2006-11-15.mdwn
@@ -29,4 +29,4 @@ Logistics
- New repository (git)
- Task tracking
-[[tag software]]
+[[!tag software]]
diff --git a/news/2006-12-16.mdwn b/news/2006-12-16.mdwn
index ea43fd1..23fe736 100644
--- a/news/2006-12-16.mdwn
+++ b/news/2006-12-16.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2006-12-16 - &quot;To orbit on a budget&quot; at the Museum of Flight,
+[[!meta title="2006-12-16 - &quot;To orbit on a budget&quot; at the Museum of Flight,
Seattle, WA"]]
Our presentation at the Museum of Flight to the PNW section of the
@@ -11,4 +11,4 @@ thruster](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hall_effect_thruster) by an
Aerojet employee! We'll have to wait until we hit space for that one,
but it was a fun discussion.
-[[tag event]]
+[[!tag event]]
diff --git a/news/2007-01-03.mdwn b/news/2007-01-03.mdwn
index 10d5cfb..c97aea1 100644
--- a/news/2007-01-03.mdwn
+++ b/news/2007-01-03.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2007-01-03 - Where are we, where are we going"]]
+[[!meta title="2007-01-03 - Where are we, where are we going"]]
## General Sort of Status
@@ -57,4 +57,4 @@ Summary: Lots of rebuilding the LV2 comm systems.
- The modules are rough cut, and the avionics module is being machined at CCC this quarter (yay)
- We're going to completely revamp the phsycial layout of the system, trying to make it more compact and less weight.
-[[tag avionics]]
+[[!tag avionics]]
diff --git a/news/2007-01-31.mdwn b/news/2007-01-31.mdwn
index 59b455a..2b15e26 100644
--- a/news/2007-01-31.mdwn
+++ b/news/2007-01-31.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2007-01-31 - Intro. and General Meeting"]]
+[[!meta title="2007-01-31 - Intro. and General Meeting"]]
## Introduction to PSAS
@@ -42,4 +42,4 @@ The rough outline of our plan is something like this:
- Winter/Spring 2007/2008
1. Finish up Avionics system.
-[[tag general event]]
+[[!tag general event]]
diff --git a/news/2007-02-04.mdwn b/news/2007-02-04.mdwn
index e40ed63..f564344 100644
--- a/news/2007-02-04.mdwn
+++ b/news/2007-02-04.mdwn
@@ -10,4 +10,4 @@ Please see [http://photos.psas.pdx.edu/airframe/20070204\_nose\_separation\_ring
Go Dan go!
-[[tag airframe]]
+[[!tag airframe]]
diff --git a/news/2007-03-07.mdwn b/news/2007-03-07.mdwn
index ae5b909..f9f218c 100644
--- a/news/2007-03-07.mdwn
+++ b/news/2007-03-07.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2007-03-07 - Beginning to hand out projects for AV2c..."]]
+[[!meta title="2007-03-07 - Beginning to hand out projects for AV2c..."]]
Ian got markdown to work. Yay Markdown. But there are no internal links.
@@ -15,4 +15,4 @@ another header
3. two
4. three
-[[tag avionics]]
+[[!tag avionics]]
diff --git a/news/2007-03-14.mdwn b/news/2007-03-14.mdwn
index 7667404..4c487d1 100644
--- a/news/2007-03-14.mdwn
+++ b/news/2007-03-14.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2007-03-14 - Recovery Node discussion"]]
+[[!meta title="2007-03-14 - Recovery Node discussion"]]
# Recovery Node Behavior
@@ -44,4 +44,4 @@ We need the airframe team to choose an ignitor so we can design the High Voltage
Ordered Quest ignitors; we need to characterize them as soon as they arrive. Old ignitors used in LV2 (Axril) are still available, but can't buy through their website.
-[[tag avionics]]
+[[!tag avionics]]
diff --git a/news/2007-03-28.mdwn b/news/2007-03-28.mdwn
index 3951208..622061c 100644
--- a/news/2007-03-28.mdwn
+++ b/news/2007-03-28.mdwn
@@ -26,4 +26,4 @@ Note that the _accuracy_ of the system is dependent on our magnetic models and s
1. Jason is going to look for other magnetic sensors besides honeywell: Jason, go ahead and put together an email and mail to it to Tim who will put it on the [[SensorComparison]] page.
-[[tag avionics magnetometer]]
+[[!tag avionics magnetometer]]
diff --git a/news/2007-04-01.mdwn b/news/2007-04-01.mdwn
index c9d9a5b..5308969 100644
--- a/news/2007-04-01.mdwn
+++ b/news/2007-04-01.mdwn
@@ -4,4 +4,4 @@ Another test of the NSR. In Dan's words, "This test was performed to evaluate th
See [http://photos.psas.pdx.edu/airframe/20070401\_nose\_separation\_ring\_test/](http://photos.psas.pdx.edu/airframe/20070401_nose_separation_ring_test/) for photos and a movie.
-[[tag airframe]]
+[[!tag airframe]]
diff --git a/news/2007-04-11.mdwn b/news/2007-04-11.mdwn
index 6a8d249..d1ce02c 100644
--- a/news/2007-04-11.mdwn
+++ b/news/2007-04-11.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2007-04-11 - Bruce gives a presentation on RTOSs for the LPC2148"]]
+[[!meta title="2007-04-11 - Bruce gives a presentation on RTOSs for the LPC2148"]]
## Bruce presents on RTOSs for the LPC2148
@@ -28,4 +28,4 @@ We all looked over FreeRTOS to check out the build system. It looks pretty sane,
1. Bruce and Joel are going to look over RTEMS just to make sure we really do hate it.
2. Then they're going to dive into FreeRTOS and get it up and running on the LPC2148.
-[[tag avionics]]
+[[!tag avionics]]
diff --git a/news/2007-04-25.mdwn b/news/2007-04-25.mdwn
index b59fe50..ab95107 100644
--- a/news/2007-04-25.mdwn
+++ b/news/2007-04-25.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2007-04-25 - Re-baselining LV2b"]]
+[[!meta title="2007-04-25 - Re-baselining LV2b"]]
Airframe To do
@@ -149,4 +149,4 @@ So, we decided to go with a launch date between the best and mid-case. Which is
- T-45 days (July 5th): Sanity check and FAA waiver deadline (check OROC)
- Preliminary launch date: August 18th, 2007 (during Oregon Rocketry's Desert EXtreme)
-[[tag general]]
+[[!tag general]]
diff --git a/news/2007-05-02.mdwn b/news/2007-05-02.mdwn
index e96a194..d84845a 100644
--- a/news/2007-05-02.mdwn
+++ b/news/2007-05-02.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2007-05-02 - &quot;Reflections of a Paleoaerodynamicist&quot;, Dr. John McMasters"]]
+[[!meta title="2007-05-02 - &quot;Reflections of a Paleoaerodynamicist&quot;, Dr. John McMasters"]]
Dr. John McMasters, an AIAA distinguished lecturer, gave a talk on
aerodynamics at this meeting. While it wasn't *exactly* on subject
@@ -14,4 +14,4 @@ Perspective on Airplane Design – Past, Present and Future
See the [[flyer|mcmaster_lecture_2007-05-02.pdf]] for more information.
-[[tag event]]
+[[!tag event]]
diff --git a/news/2007-06-17.mdwn b/news/2007-06-17.mdwn
index 6ec44e2..dd11f52 100644
--- a/news/2007-06-17.mdwn
+++ b/news/2007-06-17.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2007-06-17 - PSAS End-Of-Year/Dad's Day Picnic/Rocket Launch!"]]
+[[!meta title="2007-06-17 - PSAS End-Of-Year/Dad's Day Picnic/Rocket Launch!"]]
## When
@@ -34,4 +34,4 @@ We're going to scrub this launch in the case of poor weather, so if it's raining
_See you all there!_
-[[tag event]]
+[[!tag event]]
diff --git a/news/2007-08-08.mdwn b/news/2007-08-08.mdwn
index 390e7ba..6336471 100644
--- a/news/2007-08-08.mdwn
+++ b/news/2007-08-08.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2007-08-08 - General meeting; ikiwiki demo session"]]
+[[!meta title="2007-08-08 - General meeting; ikiwiki demo session"]]
All About 'ikiwiki'
===================
@@ -37,4 +37,4 @@ Next Meeting
* Launch tower
* Igniters, igniters, igniters.
-[[tag general airframe avionics]]
+[[!tag general airframe avionics]]
diff --git a/news/2007-08-29.mdwn b/news/2007-08-29.mdwn
index 6862e0f..f37191e 100644
--- a/news/2007-08-29.mdwn
+++ b/news/2007-08-29.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2007-08-29 - Go/No go decision for the BRD 2007 launch"]]
+[[!meta title="2007-08-29 - Go/No go decision for the BRD 2007 launch"]]
BRD 2007 Launch Go/No Go Decision
=================================
@@ -136,4 +136,4 @@ Decision
Based on the state of the airframe, we decided that the September 29th BRD 2007 launch just isn't feasible to make. We're holding off on the October 12th decision until a meeting in two weeks. That decision will be based on what gets done in the next two weeks, so go team go!
-[[tag general]]
+[[!tag general]]
diff --git a/news/2007-10-10.mdwn b/news/2007-10-10.mdwn
index fed5d4a..cf9e04d 100644
--- a/news/2007-10-10.mdwn
+++ b/news/2007-10-10.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2007-10-10 - Screaming Circuits donates rapid electronic assembly services (with Vanguard article)"]]
+[[!meta title="2007-10-10 - Screaming Circuits donates rapid electronic assembly services (with Vanguard article)"]]
[Screaming Circuit's](http://www.screamingcircuits.com/) has agreed to "stuff", or put the components on, our next generation avionics boards. This is great news for us, since that means we can use parts that we couldn't even hope to hand solder... like micro ball grid arrays, or little teeny tiny components like 0403 passives (that's 0.004 x 0.003 inch components!).
diff --git a/news/2008-01-09.mdwn b/news/2008-01-09.mdwn
index 88764ec..c8ff304 100644
--- a/news/2008-01-09.mdwn
+++ b/news/2008-01-09.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2007-01-08 - General team meeting"]]
+[[!meta title="2007-01-08 - General team meeting"]]
Agenda
------
@@ -46,5 +46,5 @@ Meeting Notes
-[[tag general]]
+[[!tag general]]
diff --git a/news/2008-01-30.mdwn b/news/2008-01-30.mdwn
index 20cfa45..47163d5 100644
--- a/news/2008-01-30.mdwn
+++ b/news/2008-01-30.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2008-01-30 - Discussing LV2c's telemetry system"]]
+[[!meta title="2008-01-30 - Discussing LV2c's telemetry system"]]
Communications Team Meeting
---------------------------
@@ -7,4 +7,4 @@ Who: William, Josh, Frank, Andrew, K
Discussed whether we can use ARRL 802.11b in space on a cubesat. Also talked about getting Glenn to finally help us with our licenses.
-[[tag comm]] \ No newline at end of file
+[[!tag comm]] \ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/news/2008-04-09.mdwn b/news/2008-04-09.mdwn
index dc9b09f..ca6cb6d 100644
--- a/news/2008-04-09.mdwn
+++ b/news/2008-04-09.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2008-04-09 - Ad Hoc comm team meeting on communication system frequencies"]]
+[[!meta title="2008-04-09 - Ad Hoc comm team meeting on communication system frequencies"]]
Maria, Glenn, Frank, Josh, Sarah, Jamey and Andrew talked comm stuff tonight.
@@ -53,4 +53,4 @@ References:
- [3] <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_WLAN_channels>
- [4] <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/OSI_model>
-[[tag avionics comm]]
+[[!tag avionics comm]]
diff --git a/news/2008-04-21.mdwn b/news/2008-04-21.mdwn
index 7f8afbb..c19169e 100644
--- a/news/2008-04-21.mdwn
+++ b/news/2008-04-21.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2008-04-21 - Dr. Myron Kayton presents '100 Years of Inertial Navigation'"]]
+[[!meta title="2008-04-21 - Dr. Myron Kayton presents '100 Years of Inertial Navigation'"]]
IEEE Oregon Section and PSU Student AESS Chapter Meeting
--------------------------------------------------------
diff --git a/news/2008-06-09.mdwn b/news/2008-06-09.mdwn
index 0a30263..4163a2b 100644
--- a/news/2008-06-09.mdwn
+++ b/news/2008-06-09.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2008-06-09 - Looking for a 802.11a wireless adapter"]]
+[[!meta title="2008-06-09 - Looking for a 802.11a wireless adapter"]]
So Josh and Eric identified a USB 2.0-based 802.11a/b/g adapter which has soft MAC support in the Linux kernel. So, we thought we'd get one or two. Turns out they're hard to get then we thought.
diff --git a/news/2008-06-25.mdwn b/news/2008-06-25.mdwn
index 5b7c6f0..3f72eae 100644
--- a/news/2008-06-25.mdwn
+++ b/news/2008-06-25.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2008-06-25 - Christmas arrives early!"]]
+[[!meta title="2008-06-25 - Christmas arrives early!"]]
Many of the parts from the [[spring2008_salp_purchases]] arrived:
diff --git a/news/2008-07-02-comm.mdwn b/news/2008-07-02-comm.mdwn
index b6ee96b..c6d60ef 100644
--- a/news/2008-07-02-comm.mdwn
+++ b/news/2008-07-02-comm.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2008-07-02 - Standalone ATV System discussion and design start"]]
+[[!meta title="2008-07-02 - Standalone ATV System discussion and design start"]]
Tonight we launched the first avionics project, a simple, standalone amateur TV (ATV) system that we want for the next launch. It's just for this launch, but in the future it may be useful as a system for tracking and recovering stages.
@@ -30,4 +30,4 @@ Here's the plan:
1. Write launch checklist and operations document
1. Launch!
-[[tag avionics comm]]
+[[!tag avionics comm]]
diff --git a/news/2008-07-02.mdwn b/news/2008-07-02.mdwn
index 7113ffa..f9090b7 100644
--- a/news/2008-07-02.mdwn
+++ b/news/2008-07-02.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2008-07-02 - Avionics planning"]]
+[[!meta title="2008-07-02 - Avionics planning"]]
The meeting kicked off with a video of our brand new ATV system flying on Dave's friend's RC helicopter! Very cool proof of concept, pretty solid video though they didn't try flying too far away.
diff --git a/news/2008-07-09.mdwn b/news/2008-07-09.mdwn
index 08d1423..afe69f2 100644
--- a/news/2008-07-09.mdwn
+++ b/news/2008-07-09.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2008-07-09 - Video overlay and LV2 scale model!"]]
+[[!meta title="2008-07-09 - Video overlay and LV2 scale model!"]]
Frank crafted an amazingly slick Estes-scale model of our previous LV2 rocket. It even has fin decals and the three patch antennas to scale! (Wanted: photo here.)
@@ -22,6 +22,6 @@ Jamey and Josh turned on the git daemon on the new server, upgraded ikiwiki to 2
Fletcher is planning to make a 3D rocket animator (in Java) based on the output from our latest flight computer simulator.
-[[img aeroshells.jpg]]
+[[!img aeroshells.jpg]]
-[[img frank_and_model.jpg]] \ No newline at end of file
+[[!img frank_and_model.jpg]] \ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/news/2008-07-09_-_Standalone_ATV_System_Discussion_and_Continued_Planning.mdwn b/news/2008-07-09_-_Standalone_ATV_System_Discussion_and_Continued_Planning.mdwn
index 50057f0..953c040 100644
--- a/news/2008-07-09_-_Standalone_ATV_System_Discussion_and_Continued_Planning.mdwn
+++ b/news/2008-07-09_-_Standalone_ATV_System_Discussion_and_Continued_Planning.mdwn
@@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
-[[meta title="2008-07-09 - Standalone ATV System Discussion and Continued Planning"]]
+[[!meta title="2008-07-09 - Standalone ATV System Discussion and Continued Planning"]]
-[[tag comm CPAv4]]
+[[!tag comm CPAv4]]
Continued discussion of the standalone ATV System using COTS GPS, the LPC2148, BOB + camera, etc.
diff --git a/psas/Current_project/LV-0/Payload/LV0_Paylload_Overview.mdwn b/psas/Current_project/LV-0/Payload/LV0_Paylload_Overview.mdwn
index 53b4d49..65fc439 100644
--- a/psas/Current_project/LV-0/Payload/LV0_Paylload_Overview.mdwn
+++ b/psas/Current_project/LV-0/Payload/LV0_Paylload_Overview.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[img psas/Current_project/LV-0/Payload/Resources/Payload.gif size="509x94" alt="""LV0 Payload (3lbs, 16" x 3.5" x 3.5")"""]]
+[[!img psas/Current_project/LV-0/Payload/Resources/Payload.gif size="509x94" alt="""LV0 Payload (3lbs, 16" x 3.5" x 3.5")"""]]
The LV0 payload was the PSU AESS's first attempt at a launch vehicle payload. This payload was designed to be a scaled down "proof of concept" design from the original LV1's specifications. Being Rocket Ignoramuses, we thought this was a fine idea.
diff --git a/psas/Current_project/LV-1/Airframe/LV1_Airframe.mdwn b/psas/Current_project/LV-1/Airframe/LV1_Airframe.mdwn
index 6dc2903..4ca5690 100644
--- a/psas/Current_project/LV-1/Airframe/LV1_Airframe.mdwn
+++ b/psas/Current_project/LV-1/Airframe/LV1_Airframe.mdwn
@@ -1,3 +1,3 @@
-[[img news/1998-10-26/RocketonRail.gif size="128x99"]]
+[[!img news/1998-10-26/RocketonRail.gif size="128x99"]]
**_Our documentation is coming._**
diff --git a/psas/Current_project/LV-1/Recoverysystem/LV1_Recovery.mdwn b/psas/Current_project/LV-1/Recoverysystem/LV1_Recovery.mdwn
index d633726..6ac18ec 100644
--- a/psas/Current_project/LV-1/Recoverysystem/LV1_Recovery.mdwn
+++ b/psas/Current_project/LV-1/Recoverysystem/LV1_Recovery.mdwn
@@ -1,3 +1,3 @@
-[[img news/1998-11-17/Payload3.jpg size="152x112"]]
+[[!img news/1998-11-17/Payload3.jpg size="152x112"]]
**_Our documentation is coming._**
diff --git a/psas/Resources/MultiMedia.mdwn b/psas/Resources/MultiMedia.mdwn
index ab78b40..ce2c529 100644
--- a/psas/Resources/MultiMedia.mdwn
+++ b/psas/Resources/MultiMedia.mdwn
@@ -5,8 +5,8 @@ Press we have recieved
<table border=0 cellpadding=0 cellspacing=2 width=211>
<caption align="top">PSU Magazine article (.jpeg images)</caption>
<tr>
- <td width="27%">[[img psas/Resources/graphics/Page1.jpg size="88x112"]]</td>
- <td width="73%">[[img psas/Resources/graphics/Page2.jpg size="88x112"]]</td>
+ <td width="27%">[[!img psas/Resources/graphics/Page1.jpg size="88x112"]]</td>
+ <td width="73%">[[!img psas/Resources/graphics/Page2.jpg size="88x112"]]</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td width="27%">
diff --git a/psas/Take_a_Ride/Payload_Environment.mdwn b/psas/Take_a_Ride/Payload_Environment.mdwn
index 369085a..e5d2341 100644
--- a/psas/Take_a_Ride/Payload_Environment.mdwn
+++ b/psas/Take_a_Ride/Payload_Environment.mdwn
@@ -7,13 +7,13 @@ Payload Environment
<table border=0 cellpadding=0 cellspacing=2 width=450>
<tr>
<td width="33%">
- <p>[[img psas/Take_a_Ride/Resources/ALT4spread.jpg size="104x112"]]</p>
+ <p>[[!img psas/Take_a_Ride/Resources/ALT4spread.jpg size="104x112"]]</p>
</td>
<td width="33%">
- <p>[[img psas/Take_a_Ride/Resources/Alt4graph.jpg size="124x112"]]</p>
+ <p>[[!img psas/Take_a_Ride/Resources/Alt4graph.jpg size="124x112"]]</p>
</td>
<td width="34%">
- <p>[[img psas/Take_a_Ride/Resources/flightseq.gif size="100x112"]]</p>
+ <p>[[!img psas/Take_a_Ride/Resources/flightseq.gif size="100x112"]]</p>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
diff --git a/users/news/2008-07-02.mdwn b/users/news/2008-07-02.mdwn
index ca6a2db..d92956e 100644
--- a/users/news/2008-07-02.mdwn
+++ b/users/news/2008-07-02.mdwn
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-[[meta title="2008-07-02 - Standalone ATV System discussion and design start"]]
+[[!meta title="2008-07-02 - Standalone ATV System discussion and design start"]]
Tonight we launched the first avionics project, a simple, standalone amateur TV (ATV) system that we want for the next launch. It's just for this launch, but in the future it may be useful as a system for tracking and recovering stages.
@@ -33,4 +33,4 @@ Here's the plan:
-[[tag avionics comm]]
+[[!tag avionics comm]]