||The extension of the Reflectance
Spectrometer and Mars Rover experiments into interactive experiments housed
on these web-pages.
||The development of new experiments such as:
||Face on Mars
Using the face on Mars as an example, this experiment shows how the appearance
of an object can be changed simply by altering lighting conditions. For
advanced students, it may be possible to design and build their own `Face
||Build Your Own Martian
E.F. LPSC XXIX Education Abstract, 1998)
By building a wax shield volcano, students can learn about how these structures
form over time. Successive `lava flows' will illustrate how a volcano circularises
at the base, and will produce a caldera and `lava' lake in time. It will
become clear that to make a volcano such as those seen on Mars, dozens of
`eruptions' are necessary.
||Sci-Kits - Build
Your Own Mars Global Surveyor (MGS)
These DIY models are available commercially from Sci-Kits.
By building the models, students can learn about the structure of the spacecraft
and its configuration at different stages of the mission.
||The production of more hard-copies of the resources pack/resources
pack on CDROM
||The adaptation of Mars in the Classroom for use by other