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### Propulsion
-In pursuit of nano-satellite obital injections, the propulsion team is investigating small liquid-fuel engines for extra-atmospheric maneuvering. We have worked on paraffin-based hybrid engines in the past, for their controllability. But given the inexpensive cost and reliability of commercially available solid rockets, we are not currently pursuing building our own engines.
+In pursuit of nano-satellite obital injections, the propulsion team is designing small liquid-fuel engines for extra-atmospheric maneuvering. We have worked on paraffin-based hybrid engines in the past for their controllability, but have recently changed our focus to more easily vectored systems.
[[Propulsion Team home page|PropulsionTeamHome]]