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Explore the planet Mars with realistic Mars habitats, rockets, ground cars and robots

Explore the planet Mars with realistic Mars habitats, rockets, ground cars and robots

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Mission to Mars The Mars Missions Flight is a classroom-based Mars colonization simulation for fifth graders. Sponsored by the College of Applied Science and Technology at Weber State and the Air Force STEM Outreach Program at Hill Air Force Base, it’s based on the Challenger Center for Space Science Education’s acclaimed Marsville, the Cosmic Village program, and has been modified to include Air Force technologies and terminologies to provide a unique hands-on learning opportunity for students. Students prepare for and simulate going on a manned mission to Mars to build a colony of habitats.

Explore, Play, Discover: Websites & Activities Search form Search Low-cost, teacher-tested activities for the classroom and the curious. The Earth/Moon System .br 1) Use checkboxes (Seconds, Minutes, etc) to choose time interval. "Hours" and "Days" work best for animation. Use slidebar at right to control simulation speed. There are 7 speeds, 3 forward (right), 3 reverse (left) and one neutral (center). The bar is initially set at the slowest forward speed.

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