Build Your Own Soyuz
Extension Activity 1.1
- #Creative Development
- #Design and Invent
- #Extension Activity
- #Make and Build
This extension activity supports Time for Launch - Activity 1.1 in Chapter One.
In this activity, students learn about the two parts of the Soyuz and their functions. Students can then make their own Soyuz with either balloons, a UKSA template, or by designing their own and using craft materials. Students can examine images of the Soyuz capsule to determine which materials they should use.
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