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Astronaut Recruit: Launch a spacecraft into low-Earth orbit to rendezvous and dock with an orbital target.
Mission Control Crew: Assist Capsule Crew in completing tasks using instructions on touchscreen workstations .
Orion Capsule Crew: Practice hand-eye coordination under the supervision of the Mission Control Crew.
Microgravity Chair: Apply Newton’s Laws of Motion to compensate for exaggerated pitch, roll and yaw while performing simple mechanical tasks.
Training Control Center: Give instructions to assist the explorers in their tasks.
Safety Support Handler:Helping those in the microgravity chairs the same way safety drivers assist astronauts in Johnson Space Center’s Neutral Buoyancy Lab.
Walk on Mars: Using Virtual Reality, experience the sensation of walking on the surface of Mars, exploring different terrains and solving challenges.
Mars Lander Rover Control: Experience the sensation of landing a vehicle on the surface of Mars in a powered landing, and driving it over rough terrain to dock with the nearby base.
A resupply ship from Earth, has broken apart during landing, strewing pieces of hull, engine and payload over a large area surrounding Mars Base 1 and its outposts. Handle this emergency until the regular Ops Crew returns from their break.
After an early breakfast, there is a scheduled transfer from the hotel to the airport to take the flight to Lima. Upon arriving at Lima, there is a reception and transfer to the hotel.
The afternoon is free for personal activities. We suggest taking the optional tour to one of museums such as the Gold Museum, the Archaeological and Anthropological Museum. At night, we suggest to enjoy a delicious dinner with a show.
MB1 relies on photovoltaic panels to provide solar energy for many systems, Dust mitigation is a constant priority, and many different systems have been tested and implemented.
•Program robots to perform basic movements
•Design a pattern to allow
robots to work in combination without collisions
•Evaluate accessible resources to determine the best use of each robot
Get exclusive access to historic launch sites and working spaceflight facilities on bus tour.Stop at the Apollo/Saturn V Center to learn about NASA’s Project Apollo.
Learn about NASA’s ongoing commitment to environmental stewardship and global technology.
•Meet a veteran NASA astronaut
•Guided interactive tours, scavenger hunts and simulators
•Areas include Rocket Garden, Journey to Mars, Shuttle Launch Experience® and Space Shuttle Atlantis®
*available on the 5 day programs only
•Complete hands-on engineering challenges
•Work in teams to follow the Engineering Design Process
•Build spacecraft, launch rockets, construct habitats, and design space suits
OPTIONAL SERVICES UPON REQUEST