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Moon Camp Discovery – 2020-2021 – Moon Camp Challenge
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Moon Camp Discovery – 2020-2021


Follow this link to participate in the current edition of Moon Camp Discovery.

In Moon Camp Discovery 2020-2021 each team’s mission was to 3D design only one component of a Moon Camp using Tinkercad. Teams could choose to design a:

– Lunar lander

– Moon Base

– Lunar rover

– Rocket

– Lunar Orbital Space Station

Moon Camp Discovery is a non-competitive mission for beginners, open worldwide to students aged up to 19 years old. All teams that submitted an entry that complied with the guidelines received a participation certificate and their project can be seen on the Moon Camp Discovery 2020 – 2021 gallery.

For more information consult the guidelines of Moon Camp Discovery 2020-2021 here.

Discovery Projects Gallery 2020-2021

Below you can find some of the Moon Camp Discovery projects. For more projects visit the Moon Camp Discovery 2020-2021 project gallery.


Team: Team Etihw

Chattanooga, TN    United States Category: Rocket
Project description

Some of the key parts of the rocket are the main rockets, the power source, and the actual thrusters. The main rocket was built so that it could get off the ground and into the air as fast as possible. The main rocket will use 25 percent of its fuel and the side rockets will use all of its fuel that will break off. The reason that I did this was that when they get to the moon they will be able to use the main rocket to get back to earth and it will still have 75 percent of the fuel left. The final part of the rocket is the thrusters. These thrusters are meant to be lightweight but very durable. 

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