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PR35 Robotic Arm – Become a space engineer for a day


  • PR35 Robotic Arm – Become a space engineer for a day
  • PR35 Robotic Arm – Become a space engineer for a day
  • PR35 Robotic Arm – Become a space engineer for a day
  • PR35 Robotic Arm – Become a space engineer for a day
  • PR35 Robotic Arm – Become a space engineer for a day
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Date : 30/09/2019
Subject: Science, Arts In this activity, students will learn how their arm works and build a robotic arm inspired on it. Students will understand the different functions of bones and muscles. They will build and test a model robotic arm and understand why a robotic arm is a very important tool in space. Teacher’s guide and students worksheets: English Age range: 8-12 years old This classroom resource is part of a set of resources developed by ESA’s Education Office in collaboration with ESEROs to support the Moon Camp project. How can robots help astronauts settling on the Moon? Find out more on this Airbus Foundation animation. More videos here.

 

 



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