Calhoun Community College students to work to restore lunar rover
DECATUR, AL (WAFF) - Students at Calhoun Community College are getting to take part in a special project.
A representative with the college says that students enrolled in the Technologies Division recently received a lunar moon rover replica for the purpose of refurbishment.
Through a partnership with the U.S. Space and Rocket Center, students from areas such as Design Drafting, Machine Tool, and Welding will work to restore the rover.
Nina Bullock, a design drafting technology instructor at Calhoun, says that the project will be visible through the high-bay windows of the Aerospace Technology Center, which is at the Decatur campus.
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