Landing A Rover

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The teams’ challenge is to design and build a model of a Lunar Transport Rover that will carry equipment and people on the surface of the Moon. It uses the example of the Mars Rovers to see what type of rover would work best on the Moon. This activity was developed by Goddard to be used for BEST robotics engineering clubs. There is a series of 12 activities included, the Lunar Transport Rover activity is on page 38.

Tags: potential energy, engineering, kinetic energy, afterschool, mars, robotics, moon, best, newton's second law, design challenge

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