Coke-Sponsored Rover Finds Evidence of Dasani on Mars:

  
http://www.theonion.com/articles/cokesponsored-rover-finds-evidence-of-dasani-on-ma,1146/

        Bart

In message <4c567a19.2030...@psas.pdx.edu> you wrote:
> Sony sponsored a student rocket project to space that launched last
> week. I don't quite understand all the details of the project, but it
> seems that Sony sponsored it, an amateur group helped the students build
> the rocket, and although Sony claimed success, it seems like it actually
> failed? I can't tell, really. Interesting, though, especially with a 3 P
> cluster + P upper stage!
> 
> Sony's site:
> 
> http://discover.sonystyle.com/rocket/
> 
> One of the amateur's much more informative take, with failures:
> 
> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z5hFKPOsiZc
> 
> And the amateur rocket group's site:
> 
> http://www.rocketmavericks.com/
> 
> Looks like they had fairly standard avionics, as well as HD video. This
> is the kind of sponsorship we should think about for September, and
> certainly after September's roll control flight.
> 
> Andrew

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