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Congratulations! You have selected to participate in NASA’s worldwide Lunar Research Station Design Challenge. This challenge is primarily intended for students in grades 5-8, but teachers have been able to adapt our challenges to other grades as well, so all are welcome. This challenge addresses the theme of simulating fieldwork to be used on the Moon. Locations for fieldwork are centered on Moon analogs, or areas on Earth that are similar to Mars in some way. Your students will be adapting what they learn by shadowing NASA scientists at the MDRS and designing items needed for their mission to the moon.
*Assign Student ID's
Only you will know which student names are assigned to the ID numbers, so please make sure students properly enter their 4-digit number on the surveys and questionnaires.
NOTE: It is important that your students complete the Pre-Challenge Survey before you begin the Challenge activities. Go to: http://www.zoomerang.com/survey.zgi?p=WEB225MCHP65TK
Thank you for your interest in the Lunar Research Station Design Challenge. Instructional plans are available for use after your classroom Pre-Challenge Surveys are submitted.
We look forward to working with you over the next several months!
NASA Official: Mark León
Last Updated: May 2005
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