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Build a Mars Rover
Mission Mars 2003 Challenge Resources and art.

Mission Mars: The 2003 Challenge

In 2003 the FLL Challenge was Mission Mars. With the recent interest in Mars many have been looking for the kit and mat art. Remarkably, it seems that everyone has discarded or otherwise lost their materials. Based on resources provided through the [email protected] group we have recreated the art to a reasonable accuracy and are providing the game instructions. Still missing are the assembly instructions, but the game instructions have enough detail to build the elements if you are creative.

THE MISSION: Unlock the fascinating world that lives in Mission Mars, and experience similar challenges encountered by scientists and space engineers. Design and develop a robot that is able to solve the missions on the playing field. Specific rules and points are associated with each mission.


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Mission Mars Mat Art

Any banner print location (Kinikos, etc.) should be able to easily print from the full size versions.


Mission Mars Challenge Document

The full challenge instructions.


Mission Mars Challenge Element Build Instructions

Here is the complete 200 page document of build instructions for all the Mission Mars table elements.

Big thanks to Larry L.

The full challenge instructions.


Mission Mars Challenge CD Art

If you want to print a CD or use this for other items here is the art.


Mission Mars Challenge Scoring Spreadsheet


Mission Mars Challenge Movie from FLL-FREAK

In 2003 FLL-FREAK published a great article and Video.


Mission Mars Challenge Resource Links

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