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  • […] Following the testing, the students gave a presentation about their work  to a group of  scientists from SSERVI.  Topics included not only the testing and preliminary results but also Hawaii’s suitability as a spaceport, using the moon as a source of propellant for exploration elsewhere in the solar systems and In situ resource utilization through the 3-D printing of structures from lunar dust.  After their presentation, the students moved on to San Jose, where they competed in the Silicon Valley Regional of the FIRST Robotics competition as Team 3880, the “Tiki Techs.” […]

  • […] formed Hawaii Drone Club. Finally, we’ll talk with students and teachers from Iolani and Kealakehe schools about their work on the MoonRIDERS mission to the moon. We’ve got a full lineup […]

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