Guidelines

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Guidelines

This page defines the writing rules and the methodology that has to be applied when working on the LCAS project.

If you want to help with the project, the best way is probably to contribute to the opened paths of research in your domain or in an easier way, help with information gathering on which the research is based. A 3D rendering or drawing of the plane/rocket system would help visitors to understand the project at the first look to the main page, so if you feel you can make it, please go ahead.

  1. This project is a scientific approach to the problem of low-cost lightweight orbital system, not a political approach. The goal is thus to really produce something at some point with no preconceived idea.
  2. Information available on this website is used as the building block for the research being made, it thus has to be correct and as precise as possible, and should contain references when possible. Unverified information can be stored for future assessment but should be mentioned as unverified.
  3. The language used is English from England. Some American English terms may be used if they are found like this in the bibliography, like airfoil instead of aerofoil.
  4. HTTPS links are preferred over HTTP links.