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AVA AROSE Lunar Rover Challenge – ‘Roving Around’

April 11

Australia is going back to the Moon!AROSE is thrilled to be partnering with Australian Virtual Astronaut (AVA) to present a brand new challenge as part of the AVA Challenge in 2024.‘Roving Around’ aims to engage young people in a real life space challenge and to inspire them to address the emerging challenges faced when working in Space and on Earth.  Roving Around will give students an insight into the work being done by the AROSE Trailblazer team in the design and development of ‘Roo-ver’, Australia’s first ever Lunar Rover, which will be part of NASA’s Artemis Mission.This challenge is designed as a flexibly run team event, for students in Years 5 – 10.To get all the details and register your students, click here now:


REGISTER NOW: For our Webinar

9 am (AWST)

Thursday, 11 April

If you are a teacher of students in Years 5 – 10, we encourage you and your students to attend our live Webinar on Thursday, 11 April. We will be bringing together the experts from AVA and our two key presenters Dr Newton Campbell, AROSE Space Director and Michelle Keegan, AROSE Resources Director to tell you all about the Challenge, what to expect, and how to incorporate it in your classroom.  The webinar will provide you, and your students with all the information you need for this challenge.

Please register for the webinar on the AVA website by following the link here: AVA Challenge Webinar Registration

If you can’t attend our webinar, there will be a recording available on the AVA Website.



April 11