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Saturn

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Transcript of Saturn

Our Mission to Saturn
Basic Information about Saturn
Known Moons: 62
Surface Temperature: -139 °C
Ice and diamonds can be found on the planet.
Interesting Facts About Saturn
Orbit Period: 10,755.7 Earth days
It has 8 rings in orbit
Why Saturn?
What We Know
Saturn's Surface
Jorge, Kevin, Sonya & Luis
Type of Mission
Goal of Mission
Name of Mission
Things it will need for the mission
Path of Mission
When it's done
What Happens When Our Mission Gets to Saturn
How Will It Get to The "Surface"?
Engineering Challenges
resources
S- Saturn
R- Robotic
R- Research
L- Lander
Because it has cryogenic volcanic activity in Saturn and its rings.
Saturn is a plant in the outer Solar System.
It is a giant gas planet in the Solar System.
It’s a gas giant. Almost everything that lands on the surface would fall through.
What is in its atmosphere?
What types of gases are useful?
Find rare Earth elements?
What makes the gases its color?
how do the rings stay in orbit?
It is a lander probe that will bring back samples.
It will launch in 2020
It will take 2 years to built
It will take 5 years to get to Saturn
2 years to stay
By 2034 it will come back
It will launch and continue on a path to the planet. Stops will be made if necessary.
It will return back to Earth bringing samples from Saturn.
Our spaceship will land and collect data and samples and will return some of them back to Earth.
Our probe will use a parachute and thrusters for an easy landing.
How to get the rover to Saturn
How to move on ice
How to survive the cold temperatures at night time
http://space-facts.com/saturn/
www.planetsforkids.org/planet-saturn.htm
www.sciencekids.co.nz/sciencefacts/planets/saturn.html
www.kidsastronomy.com/saturn.htm
solarsystem.nasa.gov › Planets › Saturn
solarsystem.nasa.gov › Planets
saturn.jpl.nasa.gov/kids/fun-facts-saturn.cfm
www.planetfacts.net/Saturn-Facts.htm
theplanets.org/saturn
news.nationalgeographic.com
Our mission is to go and see if the elements and gases on Saturn are useful to create products here on Earth.
The problem
The problem is that China owns 95% of rare Earth elements.
timeline
computer system, back-up system, engine, thrusters, spin stabilization, wheels, attitude control system, cameras, RADAR, navigation system, rocket, fuel, batteries, shovel, sample arm collector, return capsule, microphone, antenna, parachute, safe mode.
Images of our blueprint.
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