Unit 3: Navigation
Due: October 18, 2019
Learning to fly a Cessna plane using flight simulator software, and how to navigate from the sky!
Unit 4: Frame Design
Due: November 8, 2019
A look at how Aerospace Engineers design plane components, and an introduction using Autodesk Inventor Frame Analysis tools.
Unit 5: Composites
Due: November 27, 2019
Investigate the properties of different composite materials, and consider how they might be useful in Aerospace applications.
Unit 6: Quadcopters
Due: December 13, 2019
Learn what makes a quadcopter fly as you practice flying different types of quadcopters before building and flying your own!
Unit 7: Physiology & Society
Due: January 24, 2020
Investigate what travelling in zero-gravity does to the human body, and how our society manages their interactions in space.
Unit 8: Orbits
Due: February 14, 2020
Learn about the different kinds of orbits, their uses in aerospace engineering, and how to construct and simulate custom orbits.
Unit 9: Remote Surveying
Due: March 6, 2020
Discover the role that satelites play in exploring remote locations before you build your own Martian remote surveyor.
Unit 10: Remote Rovers
Due: April 3, 2020
Engineers use rovers to explore remote surfaces like the moon and Mars; you’ll learn the history and build your own rover!
Unit 11: Rockets
Due: April 24, 2020
Here you’ll simulate various rocket designs before planning, building, and launching your own model rockets.
Unit 12: Individual Projects
Due: May 8, 2020
Here you get the chance to apply everything you’ve learned about engineering to plan, design, and build your own project!