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Searching for Life: Cryobot Mission to Europa

Grades 3-8
3:15 PM, Thursday 4 Feb 2021 CST (45 minutes)
Space Center Houston (Hosting of all events take place on-line-virtually) - Virtual Classroom 4   Virtual session
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One of the leading candidates for having an environment where life could exist due to liquid water is Jupiter’s moon, Europa. A thick, icy crust surrounds the moon with a large, salt water ocean underneath. This lesson simulates a future, robot submarine (aka. Cryobot) mission to Europa creating a real life 3D cross-section model of Europa in class.

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U.S. Air Force Academy Planetarium


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