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<h2><a name="What are your current projects?"></a> What are your current projects? </h2>
- <p> We&#39;re currently working on the next generation vehicle, called <a href="/psas/Current_project/LV-2/LV2menu.html">Launch Vehicle No. 2</a> (LV2) which should be launched during the summer of 2002. It has a projected altitude of 21km (70,000ft), has an advanced avionics system which will be the basis for our active guidance system, a modular airframe system, and perhaps most importantly, builds on everything we&#39;ve learned from the last three rockets. LV2 is partially funded from a $10,000 grant from the <font color="#009900">NASA Space Grant Program</font>. </p>
+ <p> We&#39;re currently working on the next generation vehicle, called <a href="/psas/Current_project/LV-2/LV2menu.html">Launch Vehicle No. 2</a> (LV2) which should be launched during the summer of 2002. It has a projected altitude of 21km (70,000ft), has an advanced avionics system which will be the basis for our active guidance system, a modular airframe system, and perhaps most importantly, builds on everything we&#39;ve learned from the last three rockets. LV2 is partially funded from a $10,000 grant from the NASA Space Grant Program. </p>
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