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EVA Simulation Using ROVs

Grades 6-8
11:00 AM, Friday 5 Feb 2021 CST (1 hour 30 minutes)
Space Center Houston (Hosting of all events take place on-line-virtually) - Virtual Classroom 6   Virtual session
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Astronauts train in water to prepare for space travel and buoyancy of the water is used to simulate the weightlessness of space. You can bring this same model to the classroom environment by using underwater robotics in your classroom. In this presentation, you will learn how to design, build, and test a remote-controlled unit with your students. Attendees will learn the engineering design process, aligned with the NGSS, using hands-on exploration while learning about the future of space research. All participants will receive a supply list of common and readily available materials to build your own Neutral Buoyancy Lab (NBL) and an underwater robot, as well as additional information to take back to their classrooms and share with their students.

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Navigator Academy of Leadership Davenport
ISS MIMIC EDU / Odyssey Academy
CTE Teacher

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