How do scientists and engineers gather information from places in the solar system that are difficult to reach? In this unit, students explore technologies like periscopes, optical filters, and LiDAR that can be combined to create a fuller picture of these faraway places. They will use the Engineering Design Process to design remote sensing devices that can help scientists learn about a newly discovered moon .
Core Program Unit Components
We recommend one Educator Guide per teacher and one Materials Kit per 24 learners. Together, these components create a high-quality, hands-on STEM learning experience.
Print + Digital:
- Printed copy of the Educator Guide containing instructions to facilitate the unit
- Printed copy of student-facing engineering journal for duplication
- Digital access to the Educator Guide via learn.eie.org
- Includes materials to support 24 learners
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