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Kids zoom into Mars Lab from their classrooms

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AARNet was a project partner with the Powerhouse Museum, the Australian Centre for Astrobiology at UNSW and the Australian Centre for Field Robotics at the University of Sydney for the development of the Mars Lab (a recreation of the Mars landscape and a robotics lab inside the Museum). Here, Museum educators are using Zoom videoconferencing to connect students in classrooms at several schools across New South Wales to some of the ‘one way ticket to Mars’ candidates for a Q&A…watch the video for an example of the high quality experience Zoom video conferencing delivers for all participants. Zoom simplifies access to videoconferencing for schools because it is firewall friendly and easily accessible from all classrooms within a school and most importantly, it’s easy for teachers to use.

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