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## What are your current projects?
-We are still working with LV2. We have successfully launched and the airframe as a hardware test (in addition to several previous launches of the same design). We are now starting to think larger and more complex. Each subsequent launch (our last 2 have been frustratingly scrubbed due to weather) will include a new piece to test as we push the envelope of "amateur" rocket systems.
+We are still working with LV2. We have successfully launched and the airframe as a hardware test (in addition to several previous launches of the same design). Each subsequent launch includes a new piece to test as we push the envelope of "amateur" rocket systems. LV2 project variants include active roll control and spin-can flights. We are now starting to think larger and more complex; with projects involving staging and guidance in the works.
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We'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>.