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Photo Gallery: La Canada Unified School District invited to discussion about the InSight mission to Mars
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Photo Gallery: La Canada Unified School District invited to discussion about the InSight mission to Mars

Photo Gallery: La Canada Unified School District invited to discussion about the InSight mission to Mars
Aloy Bell, of Waverly School, goes over details of her team’s robot with Yireh Ban, 10, of Palm Crest Elementary, and Holland Wolpert, 8, of Palm Crest Elementary, at a discussion open to all kindergarten through eighth grade students in the La Canada School District about InSight, the latests mission to Mars, at La Canada Elementary School on Wednesday, November 14, 2018. After the discussion, a few hands on science projects including a competitive robot, earthquake demonstrations, and discussions about the planet Mars surrounded the room. (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: La Canada Unified School District invited to discussion about the InSight mission to Mars
Corey Koehler, 17, of La Canada High School, talks about living on Mars with Joseph Yang, 9, of Paradise Canyon Elementary, and Ian Park, 8, of Palm Crest Elementary, at a discussion open to all kindergarten through eighth grade students in the La Canada School District about InSight, the latests mission to Mars, at La Canada Elementary School on Wednesday, November 14, 2018. After the discussion, a few hands on science projects including a competitive robot, earthquake demonstrations, and discussions about the planet Mars surrounded the room. (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: La Canada Unified School District invited to discussion about the InSight mission to Mars
JPL scientist and InSight Project Manager Tom Hoffman starts a presentation about the InSight Mars mission at a discussion open to all kindergarten through eighth grade students in the La Canada School District at La Canada Elementary School on Wednesday, November 14, 2018. After the discussion, a few hands on science projects including a competitive robot, earthquake demonstrations, and discussions about the planet Mars surrounded the room. (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: La Canada Unified School District invited to discussion about the InSight mission to Mars
After the discussion about the Mars mission, many children run to a 1/10th replica of InSight, the space craft for the mission to Mars at La Canada Elementary School on Wednesday, November 14, 2018. After the discussion, a few hands on science projects including a competitive robot, earthquake demonstrations, and discussions about the planet Mars surrounded the room. (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: La Canada Unified School District invited to discussion about the InSight mission to Mars
Mother Alexandra Zorozhkina, of Altadena talks about the Mars space craft InSight with her son Nicolay, 8, at a discussion open to all kindergarten through eighth grade students in the La Canada School District about InSight, the latests mission to Mars, at La Canada Elementary School on Wednesday, November 14, 2018. After the discussion, a few hands on science projects including a competitive robot, earthquake demonstrations, and discussions about the planet Mars surrounded the room. (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: La Canada Unified School District invited to discussion about the InSight mission to Mars
Demonstrating how a seismograph works, La Canada High School students Justin Wang, 16, holds a mock up of the tool as his partner Ryan Choi, 17, shakes the table at a discussion open to all kindergarten through eighth grade students in the La Canada School District about InSight, the latests mission to Mars, at La Canada Elementary School on Wednesday, November 14, 2018. After the discussion, a few hands on science projects including a competitive robot, earthquake demonstrations, and discussions about the planet Mars surrounded the room. (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: La Canada Unified School District invited to discussion about the InSight mission to Mars
Trinidad Guzman, 8, of Paradise Canyon Elementary, talks with JPL scientist and InSight Project Manager Tom Hoffman at a discussion open to all kindergarten through eighth grade students in the La Canada School District about InSight, the latests mission to Mars, at La Canada Elementary School on Wednesday, November 14, 2018. After the discussion, a few hands on science projects including a competitive robot, earthquake demonstrations, and discussions about the planet Mars surrounded the room. (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: La Canada Unified School District invited to discussion about the InSight mission to Mars
Alyssa Dahya, 9, of La Canada Elementary, leans what an earthquake S-curve looks like using a Slinky at a discussion open to all kindergarten through eighth grade students in the La Canada School District about InSight, the latests mission to Mars, at La Canada Elementary School on Wednesday, November 14, 2018. After the discussion, a few hands on science projects including a competitive robot, earthquake demonstrations, and discussions about the planet Mars surrounded the room. (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: La Canada Unified School District invited to discussion about the InSight mission to Mars
Joseph Yang, 9, of Paradise Canyon Elementary, puts the final brick atop an unstable pile at a discussion open to all kindergarten through eighth grade students in the La Canada School District about InSight, the latests mission to Mars, at La Canada Elementary School on Wednesday, November 14, 2018. After the discussion, a few hands on science projects including a competitive robot, earthquake demonstrations, and discussions about the planet Mars surrounded the room. (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: La Canada Unified School District invited to discussion about the InSight mission to Mars
A full house is in attendance for a discussion open to all kindergarten through eighth grade students in the La Canada School District about InSight, the latests mission to Mars, at La Canada Elementary School on Wednesday, November 14, 2018. After the discussion, a few hands on science projects including a competitive robot, earthquake demonstrations, and discussions about the planet Mars surrounded the room. (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
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