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Lancaster High Eagle Robotics Hosts NASA Dryden Officials
February 4, 2011
 

NASA Dryden's David McBride and Russ Claughton were briefed by members of the Lancaster High Eagle Robotics team.NASA Dryden's David McBride and Russ Claughton were briefed by members of the Lancaster High Eagle Robotics team about their entry in the 2011 FIRST Robotics competition during a recent visit to the school. (LnHS Eagle Robotics photo / Caitlin Voracek)

NASA Dryden Flight Research Center director David McBride and Dryden's Education director Russ Claughton (at right) listen intently as Lancaster High School Eagle Robotics team members John Graham (at left), Doug Lawrence and Erika Parke explain details of the team's robot being developed for the 2011 FIRST Robotics competition. The students discussed the team's outreach programs, animation, robot design, mini-bot programming and their approach to this year's game with the Dryden officials. NASA Dryden co-sponsors teams from Lancaster, Tehachapi and Antelope Valley high schools in the annual FRC games, and also supports several other teams in the FIRST Tech Challenge and Lego League competitions.


(LnHS Eagle Robotics photos / Caitlin Voracek)
Robotics team member outlines the banner that will be displayed at the team's rollout ceremony. Lancaster High School Eagle Robotics team member Lauren Parke outlines the banner that will be displayed at the team's rollout ceremony for its spring 2011 FIRST Robotics competition robot to NASA Dryden director David McBride.

Robotics team built this practice grid to assist them in building a robot. Lancaster High's Eagle Robotics team built this practice grid to assist them in building a robot capable of rapidly hanging as many inflated triangles, circles and squares comprising the FIRST Robotics logo as high as it can during a two-minute period in the spring competitions.

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