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- <td><a href="http://psas.pdx.edu/psas/Current_project/LV-0/Project_Navigation_LV-0.html" target="_top">Launch Vehicle No. 0 (LV0)</a> was our first launch in June of 1998 to 366m (1,200ft). It was our first rocket and a proof of concept for some of our radio systems, including real-time broadcast video. It was a great introduction to amateur rocketry for many of us <a href="/news/1998-06-07.html">(Launch Results and Videos)</a>. </td>
+ <td>[[Launch Vehicle No. 0 (LV0)|/psas/Current_project/LV-0/Project_Navigation_LV-0]] was our first launch in June of 1998 to 366m (1,200ft). It was our first rocket and a proof of concept for some of our radio systems, including real-time broadcast video. It was a great introduction to amateur rocketry for many of us [[(Launch Results and Videos)|/news/1998-06-07]]. </td>
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- <td><a href="http://psas.pdx.edu/psas/Current_project/LV-1/Lv1menu.html" target="_top">Launch Vehicle No. 1 (LV1)</a> was our next rocket that flew in April of 1999 to 3.6km (12,000ft). It was our proof of concept for several new systems, including a emergency uplink system, inertial sensors, and a more advanced telemetry system <a href="/news/1999-04-11.html">(Launch Results and Videos)</a>. </td>
+ <td>[[Launch Vehicle No. 1 (LV1)|/psas/Current_project/LV-1/Lv1menu]] was our next rocket that flew in April of 1999 to 3.6km (12,000ft). It was our proof of concept for several new systems, including a emergency uplink system, inertial sensors, and a more advanced telemetry system [[(Launch Results and Videos)|/news/1999-04-11]]. </td>
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- <td><a href="http://psas.pdx.edu/psas/Current_project/LV-1/Lv1menu.html" target="_top">Launch Vehicle No. 1b (LV1b)</a> used the same airframe as LV1 and flew in October of 2000 to 3.53km (11,600ft). The only change to the vehicle was a major upgrade to the avionics system: we added a GPS, upgraded the flight computer and improved the inertial measurement unit. This was our step towards the the electronics system necessary to do active guidance <a href="/news/2000-10-07.html">(Launch Results and Videos)</a>. </td>
+ <td>[[Launch Vehicle No. 1b (LV1b)|/psas/Current_project/LV-1/Lv1menu]] used the same airframe as LV1 and flew in October of 2000 to 3.53km (11,600ft). The only change to the vehicle was a major upgrade to the avionics system: we added a GPS, upgraded the flight computer and improved the inertial measurement unit. This was our step towards the the electronics system necessary to do active guidance [[(Launch Results and Videos)|/news/2000-10-07]]. </td>
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- <td> We also try and reach out to the community as much as possible. We&#39;re a regular attendee at <a href="/news/1999-07-18.html">OMSI&#39;s Space Days</a>, we&#39;ve done many educational presentations to local middle and high schools, and we&#39;re strong advocates of cross-discipline engineering projects at Portland State. </td>
+ <td> We also try and reach out to the community as much as possible. We&#39;re a regular attendee at [[OMSI&#39;s Space Days|/news/1999-07-18]], we&#39;ve done many educational presentations to local middle and high schools, and we&#39;re strong advocates of cross-discipline engineering projects at Portland State. </td>
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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 [[Launch Vehicle No. 2|ProjectLV2]] (LV2). The modular airframe and recovery systems were first launched in [[news/2002-09-22]]. When all subsystems are complete it will have a projected altitude of 21km (70,000ft), an advanced avionics system which will be the basis for our active guidance system, a modular airframe system, and perhaps most importantly, build 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. A [[Usenix2003Paper]] giving an overview of the project and focusing on the software of the avionics system will be presented at <a href="http://www.usenix.org/events/usenix03" target="_top">USENIX 2003</a>. </p>
+ <p> We&#39;re currently working on the next generation vehicle, called [[Launch Vehicle No. 2|ProjectLV2]] (LV2). The modular airframe and recovery systems were first launched in [[2002|news/2002-09-22]]. When all subsystems are complete it will have a projected altitude of 21km (70,000ft), an advanced avionics system which will be the basis for our active guidance system, a modular airframe system, and perhaps most importantly, build 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. A [[Usenix2003Paper]] giving an overview of the project and focusing on the software of the avionics system will be presented at <a href="http://www.usenix.org/events/usenix03" target="_top">USENIX 2003</a>. </p>
<p> We&#39;ve also been working on paraffin-oxygen hybrid rocket motor technology and have a lab-scale rocket motor which is helping direct the design of a full-scale motor. </p>
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<h2><a name="Can I get involved?"></a> Can I get involved? </h2>
- <p> Absolutely! We need the help! We&#39;re looking for anyone who is interested in rocketry or engineering. There are thousands of problems to tackle, ranging from stoachastic control theory to airframe design to computer programming to logistics support. [[Contacts]], or drop in on [[Schedule]], and we&#39;ll introduce you to the project and let you decide where you want to fit in! Here&#39;s a quick blurb for [[NewMembers]]. </p>
- <p> If you represent an organization interested in supporting our group, please [[Contacts]] about [[SponsorshipOptions]]. A huge thanks to our [[Sponsors]], without whom we&#39;d have never made it this far. </p>
+ <p> Absolutely! We need the help! We&#39;re looking for anyone who is interested in rocketry or engineering. There are thousands of problems to tackle, ranging from stoachastic control theory to airframe design to computer programming to logistics support. [[Contact us|Contacts]], or drop in on [[Schedule]], and we&#39;ll introduce you to the project and let you decide where you want to fit in! Here&#39;s a quick blurb for [[NewMembers]]. </p>
+ <p> If you represent an organization interested in supporting our group, please [[contact us|Contacts]] about [[SponsorshipOptions]]. A huge thanks to our [[Sponsors]], without whom we&#39;d have never made it this far. </p>
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<h2><a name="Do you have more information ava"></a> Do you have more information available? </h2>
- <p> This site contains all of the information we have on our project. We do have printed materials available for donors, press, and potential payload developers; please [[Contacts]] if you&#39;re interested. </p>
+ <p> This site contains all of the information we have on our project. We do have printed materials available for donors, press, and potential payload developers; please [[Contact us|Contacts]] if you&#39;re interested. </p>
<p> If you would like to keep up with the major developments in our group, there is a moderated mailing list that&#39;s open to the public. We&#39;ll be posting major announcements such as launch events, grants won, etc. (think &quot;press releases&quot;): you can sign up at <a href="http://lists.psas.pdx.edu/mailman/listinfo/psas-announce" target="_top">http://lists.psas.pdx.edu/mailman/listinfo/psas-announce</a>. </p>
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