Live From Mars was active July 1996-December 1997.
Tim McCollum's Tech Team at Charleston Jr. High School shares the site of its computer-controlled Lego Dacta rover, M.A.R.I.O. and a simulated Martian surface that bears a remarkable resemblance to the "real thing."
Charlie Lindgren's kids work on a new Robotics program.
Kathy Lee and her fifth grade class visit Muncie Community Schools Planetarium.
Aimee Hall's class designs and builds Mars rover models.
Jeannie Fender's Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth Graders participate in LFM.
Charlie Lindgren's Kids assemble their PET kits.
Tom Costello's 8th-grade students show their life-size rover models along with a special friend.
Charlie Lindgren's Kids do Activity 1.2: Mapping the Topography of Unknown Surfaces.
Ginny Dexter's class at Hydesville School doing a bunch of the Live from Mars Activities.
Rose Galitzer's students participate in "Rover Races" as Channel 2 news looks on.
Don Jacob's students show some pictures of their models of the Mars Rover.
Derrick Jamerson's students complete Activity A.1.
Brian Grigsby's students appear in a newspaper article before the LFM broadcast.
Marilyn Wall's class launches balloon rockets as described in Activity 1.1A.
Chris Rowan's class at work.
Charlie Lindgren's students build and launch rockets.
Fran O'Rourke's class makes Martian driver licenses and more.
Chris Rowan's class works on Crater Formation Activity.
Tim McCollum's classes publish samples of student projects and pictures of various activities at their site!
Charlie Lindgren's students working with NIH software and image processing and giving oral reports.
Charlotte Steven's students working on various activities while we studied Mars.
Marilyn Wall's students participate in a CUSeeMe session.
Chris Rowan's students doing the Balloon Rocket Activity (1.1A).
Charlie Lindgren's students work
on Activity 2.2 Reading the Shapes of Volcanoes.