Glossarbegriffe: Rover

Description: Ein Rover ist ein Landfahrzeug, das mit einem Raumschiff zur Oberfläche eines anderen Himmelskörpers geschickt wird, um diesen zu erkunden.

Die meisten Rover können von der Erde aus ferngesteuert werden, um sich über die Oberfläche des Himmelskörpers zu bewegen. Im Rahmen der Apollo-Missionen sind auch Menschen mit Rovern über die Mondoberfläche gefahren.

Rover können viele wissenschaftliche Instrumente wie kleine Bohrer, Werkzeuge zum Sammeln von Proben, Kameras und sogar ein kleines Labor zur Analyse von Luft- und Bodenproben mit sich führen und die Ergebnisse zurück zur Erde senden.

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The NASA Mars rover Curiosity stands on a hill on Mars.

Mars rover Curiosity

Bildunterschriften: This self-portrait of NASA's Curiosity Mars rover shows the vehicle at the site from which it reached down to drill into a rock target called "Buckskin" on lower Mount Sharp. The selfie combines several component images taken by Curiosity's Mars Hand Lens Imager (MAHLI) on 5 August 2015, during the 1,065th Martian day, or sol, of the rover's work on Mars.
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Tags: Game , robot , robotics , simulation , telecommunications
Age Ranges: 14-16 , 16-19
Education Level: Middle School , Secondary
Areas of Learning: Guided-discovery learning
Costs: Low Cost
Duration: 2 hours
Group Size: Group
Skills: Communicating information , Developing and using models , Using mathematics and computational thinking