LEGO® Robotics AM and Ocean Explorers PM

Morehead Planetarium & Science Center - Research Triangle High School

Monday, July 27, 2015 - Friday, July 31, 2015
Research Triangle High School 10 Park Drive DurhamNC  27709
Monday, July 27, 2015 - Friday, July 31, 2015
Research Triangle High School 10 Park Drive DurhamNC  27709

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What's Included

Ocean Explorers: Humans know more about the surface of the Moon than about Earth’s sea floor, so dive in with us and explore. Build a model submarine, and travel to the deep to learn how creatures use camouflage in the deep ocean. Design a new fish species and make a map of your own sea floor creations. There’s an ocean of mysteries waiting to be discovered! LEGO® Robotics: Programming and engineering come to life with the aid of LEGO® Mindstorm® and PicoCrickets®. Campers will not only build with LEGO® bricks in this camp, but also engineer working robots with multiple sensors and design computer programs. Beware: artificial intelligence may take over Morehead after this camp!

About This Organizer

Morehead Planetarium and Science Center, with one of the largest planetariums in the United States, is located on the north end of the campus of The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Morehead's building and grounds, complete with a 68-foot-tall fulldome planetarium, exhibits and classrooms, 24-inch Cassegrain reflecting telescope and observation decks, UNC Visitors Center, portrait gallery, rose gardens and massive sundial were built for students of all ages with all interests.

Many of the planetarium's shows are original productions, written and designed by Morehead's production team.

Non-credit classes for adults and children, special courses for teachers, summer camps for children, memberships for students, individuals, families and corporations, public viewings of astronomical events and public lectures keep the community involved in the center's activities.

The Morehead Planetarium and Science Center Building was a gift of John Motley Morehead III (1870-1965), class of 1891, whose mission of educating the community lives on. Since 1949, the planetarium has been a giant classroom for students, teachers, school groups, senior citizens, youth groups and the general public. As the United States space program began, the Morehead provided training for U.S. astronauts from the Mercury program to the Apollo-Soyuz program.

- See more at: http://moreheadplanetarium.org/about-morehead#sthash.7G1LMNNS.dpuf

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Research Triangle High School 10 Park Drive DurhamNC  27709
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