NASA Now: Scientific Method — Using Robots for Inquiry

NASA NowPaulo Younse is a robotics engineer at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory located in Pasadena, Calif. and is an expert on NASA’s newest Mars rover, Curiosity. In this NASA Now classroom video he talks about how each mission to Mars is determined by the information gained from previous missions. He explains how scientists and robots work together using the scientific method of research.

This video is available on the NES Virtual Campus beginning Apr. 11.

Preview of NASA Now: Using Robots for Inquiry

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  1. WOW! NASA keeps getting cooler and cooler. Before it was only video drone, now it’s a bigger and more powerful drone. Really amazing.

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