Category Archives: Progress

Presenting… Atlas02!

We are really excited to finally present the online debut of our team’s lunabot: Atlas02! See you all in a few weeks! For optimal viewing, we HIGHLY recommend setting your speakers to MAX volume. Enjoy

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Welcoming incoming undergraduate students

Over the weekend, I introduced some of the incoming undergraduate students to some of the research projects conducted at Polytechnic Institute of New York University. Over the summer, I developed a robot hand to test different pressurized astronaut gloves. On … Continue reading

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Building our testing pit

One very important thing we learned from our first year at Lunabotics was testing is absolutely imperative. And so just yesterday, we finished our scale Lunarena for testing our robot. Our regolith is our own custom recipe =]. We mostly … Continue reading

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Sitting down with students

As midterms are approaching fast for students at the Urban Assembly Institute of Math and Science for young women engineers, a lot of the students are feeling anxious and are trying to get as much practice as they can get. … Continue reading

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Entrepreneurs get a look at 3D printing

This weekend, we joined MakerDay being held at Polytechnic Institute of New York University. This event invited entrepreneurs around the New York City area to come and share their ideas. We brought over a couple of Thing-O-Matics and a Cupcake … Continue reading

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Conservation of Energy Lab

After planning with teachers at Christa McAuliffe Intermediate School for the past few months, we’ve just conducted our first hands on activity lab with the one of the 8th grade science classes. This lab focused on teaching the students about … Continue reading

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