Texas middle-schoolers create rockets, robots with NASA guidance

10/14/2012 | Fort Worth Star-Telegram (Texas)

Students in grades 5-8 participated recently in a two-day science camp at a Dunbar Middle School in Fort Worth, Texas, where they built rockets and robots with the assistance of NASA educators. Students worked in teams as they designed, built and tested their projects, including creating rockets out of paper towel rolls and making Mars rover-style robots with moving parts.

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