The NASA Perseverance rover is due to land on Mars on 18 February. Its mission is to look for signs of ancient life and to collect samples of rock and soil for return to Earth at a later date. Perseverance carries with it the Ingenuity helicopter drone, the first powered vehicle sent to fly in the atmosphere of another planet. Find out about suitable activities associated with this major mission to our near neighbour. This event is suitable for primary or secondary teachers across all of the sciences.
Registration for the event will close at lunchtime on the day of the event. Log-in details will be emailed to registered delegates on the day of the event. Please check junk mail folders if you have not received log-in details before the event. Contact [email protected] if you have a problem.
This the fifth in a series of space science online CLPL events produced and delivered as part of the NASA in Aberdeen project #inspiringthenextgeneration
- Online event, accessed using GoTo meeting,
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