Project Zero Gravity: mission 4 - space robotics

This DVD lesson takes a look at aspects of robotics in novel environments which compliment the traditional laboratory or classroom environment. Practical demonstrations performed in space and on Earth introudce and explain several aspects of robotics, specifically robotic movement mechanics, sensors, programming and control.

Included with in the DVD package is a Teacher's Guide, which contains an introduction to the ISS, interdisciplinary classroom activities, as well as further reading and web references.

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Age7-11, 11-14
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Shelf referenceA ESA 629.45 PRO
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