Satellite for Dinner


Satellite for Dinner

Written by Goda Cutajar, a 2015 Galbraith winner from the University of Western Ontario.

Students are to conduct a research on satellite designs and experiments that were performed in space (also covered in class). The students are required to draft a design and build a 3D model of the satellite using a wide variety of food products. Moreover, students have to make sure that the satellite is equipped to accommodate the desired science experiment. The students will then have to introduce the expected results of the experiment and their application(s) on Earth in a 1-3 page proposal paper.

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