In this Adventure, Robo will have to keep an eye on the dashboard readings and make sure everything is running smoothly. He will have to check the pressure, oxygen and fuel levels for any problems. While he is there, he will take advantage of the beautiful view out the window of the shuttle and snap some pictures.
Robo needs to make some schedule calculations before taking off. To launch, Robo needs the number of hours on the red cell to take off, the number of hours on the yellow cell to land, and the number of hours on the green cell to return. Read all these numbers and print the total duration of the trip.
On his way to the moon, Robo will pass by the International Space Station (ISS). When he passes the ISS, he will be about 250 miles from Earth. After 4 cells, he measures the distance he has travelled since passing the station. Find the difference between the two distances and print the result on the screen.
If the pressure inside the shuttle is greater than 100, Robo needs a suit to withstand the pressure. Follow the yellow path until the green cell with the pressure value is reached. Check the value. If it is greater than 100, go collect the black suit. Otherwise, don't collect the black suit.
What a view! Get the camera to take a picture of Jupiter. Ahead is a cell with the distance to Jupiter. Check the distance and if the value is 30, drop the camera there and stop, otherwise continue to the cell next to Jupiter and drop it there.
Time for some gear! Follow the path to the helmet. If the cell color is red, collect all the red gloves. If the cell is blue, collect all the blue gloves. Otherwise collect all the black gloves.