Hi everyone,

Integration day went really well today, despite being pretty wet. We
loaded everything in Kenny's truck, drove out to Dave's, setup the
launch tower and launch tower computer, ran them through a simulated
launch, and put LV3 together. Then we packed it all back up and took it
back to PSU. Whew!

Thanks to Dave for hosting us at his house and teaching the "new kids"
about the launch tower. Thanks to Kenny and his giant truck for hauling
everything from PSU to Dave's, and for being the best Ex-Police Bomb
Squad Now PSAS Launch Control Truck ever (yes, it is, and yes, it's

There's lots to be done over the next two weeks, including polishing up
systems, finishing our checklists, and monitoring weather on the 22nd

At this point, we're "go" for launch, so only weather, or some
unforeseen catastrophe, will scrub the launch.

We'll keep you updated!


Andrew Greenberg

Electrical and Computer Engineering
Portland State University
a...@ece.pdx.edu  C: 503.708.7711

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