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