[PSAS] Anybody have an article on us in Linux World?

michael at spacebrain.net michael at spacebrain.net
Wed Aug 11 16:09:47 PDT 2004


its actually in september 03.

"There's no fancy equipment, so a lot of what we use as test equipment
turns out to be hacked development boards, blinking LEDs, and occasionally
a loud buzzer which scares the hell out of everyone."

Andrew Greenberg of the Portland State Aerospace Society, which uses linux
and open-source code to control suborbital satellite lauches.

luckily I've been in procrastination mode for the last 45 minutes so it
was fun finding this!

cheers



> Hi all,
>
> Todd mentioned to me that we were mentioned in Linux World sometime in
> 2003
> or early 2004 does anybody know about this? Does anyone have a copy?
>
> Thanks!
>
> Andrew
>
>
>
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