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Northeastern University Presentation Slide Deck

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2 weeks 6 days ago #9712 by Frank DeAngelo
On Monday, October 28th I presented the attached zipped Power Point deck to the Northeastern University rocket team. We had talked about CMASS members presenting information to college teams about what is expected of them concerning High Power launches and especially safety. I only presented the first 13 slides and provided the rest of the deck as backup for the students to read on their own. Please feel free to use the deck to present to anyone or any group where it may be helpful. Guy, Curtis and my friend Sal Tecci made significant contributions to the presentation.
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2 weeks 2 days ago #9720 by Curtis Heisey
Thanks for putting this together.

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2 weeks 2 days ago #9721 by Frank DeAngelo
Glad to do it. Hopefully others find it useful.

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2 weeks 2 days ago #9722 by Frank DeAngelo
Glad to do it. Hopefully others find it useful.

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1 week 5 days ago #9724 by jay Hart
I read the presentation and learned a few things.
Just the right amount of detail.
Nice work.

Jay

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1 week 5 days ago #9725 by Frank DeAngelo
Thanks Jay,
Guy, Kenn and Curtis provided a lot of helpful information. My friend Sal Tecci helped me fine tune the deck so that I didn't provide too much detail. He suggested putting the more detailed slides in the back of the deck so that people could read them on their own.

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