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Analogue mission

This activity gives students the opportunity to navigate a map of Mars looking for regions of interest they will receive ‘mission’ data from to analyse. Students will first work in teams on an interactive activity, navigating terrain as either a rover or mission control. The main part of the activity asks students to build a Lego programmable rover, which can turn. This resource, provided as part of the ‘Roving with Rosalind’ pack links to topics in engineering, science and design technology.

It may be possible to receive a Lego WeDoTM loan kit for your school.  Please use the contact details in the introductory presentation

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