This looks like a lot of fun.
This video shows you how to make robotic arm from cardboard. It can be used for more than moving cans.
You need: cardboard, 8 syringes, an old battery, 4 tubes, pop sticks, hot glue gun and water. You could add food coloring for each piston to make it look more appealing. The video also recommends using a power drill, toothpicks and zip ties along the way.
The Mars science laboratory: Curiosity Rover is a website that presents a information about Curiosity Rover’s mission to Mars. The mission is to ‘determine the planet’s habitability’. You'll find news, images, videos, webcasts, spacecraft details, timelines, and information about Mars.
This video, published just last week, shows dust storms on Mars.
You can even send a postcard to the Curiosity Rover.
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