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- <td><a href="/psas/Current_project/LV-0/Project_Navigation_LV-0.html">Launch Vehicle No. 0</a> (LV0) 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="/psas/Schedule/Monroe6_7_98/6_7_98.html">(Launch Results and Videos)</a>. </td>
+ <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="/psas/Schedule/Monroe6_7_98/6_7_98.html">(Launch Results and Videos)</a>. </td>
<td>[[SmallLV0.jpg]]</td>
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- <td><a href="/psas/Current_project/LV-1/Lv1menu.html">Launch Vehicle No. 1</a> (LV1) 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="/psas/Schedule/Bend4_11_99/Bend4_11_99.html">(Launch Results and Videos)</a>. </td>
+ <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="/psas/Schedule/Bend4_11_99/Bend4_11_99.html">(Launch Results and Videos)</a>. </td>
<td>[[WheresLV1.jpg]]</td>
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- <td><font color="#009900">Launch Vehicle No. 1b</font> (LV1b) used the same airframe as LV1 and flew in October of 2000 to 3.53km (11,600ft). The major change was a major upgrade to the avionics system: we added a GPS, upgraded the flight computer and improved the inertial sensors. This was our step towards the the electronics system necessary to do active guidance <a href="/psas/Schedule/Bend10_7_00/Bend10_7_00html.html">(Launch Results and Videos)</a>. </td>
+ <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="/psas/Schedule/Bend10_7_00/Bend10_7_00html.html">(Launch Results and Videos)</a>. </td>
<td>[[Lv1bIMU.jpg]]</td>
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