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In the 2021-2022 DragonFly challenge, teams collected HydroPods, NitroPods, and CarbonPods to create molecular assemblies of molecules found on Mars’s surface. Teams explored the surface, surveying for images placed around the field to identify the contents of the main image. Robots needed to place seismometers inside the mountain and measure seismic activity. Drones delivered Automated Underwater Vehicles (AUV) to the great methane lake, Lake Photon. At the same time, these machines flew over beacons, powered by ultrasonic sensors, to illuminate the alliance’s color. Finally, drones needed to deliver satellites to the appropriately-colored landing pads on top of the mountains.

2021 - 2022 DragonFly

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