Oh, sorry, I thought I cc'd the list in my reply. Maria and I decided we
should get all we're ever going to use at once so that we can calibrate
them all at the same time. So, something more like 6: 2 per avionics
system, with 3 systems total.

Andrew


Barton C Massey wrote:
> At least two; as far as I know we're hoping to have a backup
> rocket, which means backups of the avionics modules.  I'd
> say three.
> 
>       Bart
> 
> In message <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> you wrote:
>> shall I add two of these to the wishlist, or will one suffice?
>>
>> Quoting Andrew Greenberg <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
>>
>>> Yay! It looks like we're good to go on using the VTI pressure sensor.
>>> This does mean that we'll need to do our own calibration runs near
>>> vacuum, but that seems just fine.
>>>
>>> Glenn, this means we're going to do some runs in Eric's vacuum chamber.
>>> Can you arrange this soon, like in about 2 weeks?
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