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# Launch of LV2c in Brothers on June 27, 2010
-This was our second "return to flight" launch for the LV2 series. The airframe and recovery systems remained unchanged from [[last time|news/2009-05-31]]. We added a [[roll control module|rollcontrol]] to as a runner up to full active guidance. We rand an ARTS-2 board and a Telemetrum for the flight computers. It ran on a commercial N2000-w motor. This page is a master container for all the relevant data from the design and launch of the vehicle including pictures and video.
+This was our second "return to flight" launch for the LV2 series. The airframe and recovery systems remained unchanged from [[last flight|news/2009-05-31]]. We added a [[roll control module|rollcontrol]] to as a runner up to full active guidance. We ran an ARTS-2 and a Telemetrum for the flight computers. The motor was an AeroTech N2000W. This page is a container for all the relevant data from the launch of the vehicle including pictures and video.
[[!toc levels="3"]]
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## Simulation
- - Open Rocket driven
-
-[[!img height.png size="500x500"]]
+We ran a simulation of the flight using [OpenRocket](http://openrocket.sourceforge.net/). This gave us lots of data for our expected performance.
### **Simulated** Launch Data
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**Max Accel** | 95.7 [m/s<sup>2</sup>] (9.75 [g]) | 314 [ft/s<sup>2</sup>]
"""]]
+[[!img height.png size="500x500"]]
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### Notes