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Bledsoe County High School students accept NASA challenge

Designing a two-person pedal-powered rover to complete an obstacle course and compact into a 5-foot cube is a task that has been taken on by a group of Bledsoe County High School students. BCHS is one of only two Tennessee high schools chosen to participate in the NASA Human Rover competition in April, explained Michiel Palmer, STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) advisor.

The rover has to be completely designed, built, and tested by the students, he said. He only advises them and helps with research on the project.

For more see the March 3 issue of The Bledsonian Banner.

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