Space Apps in the news: The Press covers the York Space Apps event—“York students help NASA face challenges of 21st century space travel” Click here to read more.
Space Apps in the news: Lagos and Calabar, Nigeria events covered by the Daily Times Nigeria. Calabar ICT Centre emerges winner of NASA National Competition. Click here for more.
“One great tinker once noted that the great thing about #programming is that it’s a little world where you do whatever you want; you get to be the creator. And this is exactly what the attendees showed during the challenge; coming up with brilliant ideas, which they later created into tangible projects over the 48 hours, of course with some sugar boost and a little happy dance when the 0s and 1s overflowed.” Click here to read more.
Space Apps in the news in Auckland, NZ: “Figuring out how to convert a smartphone into a micro satellite in just 48 hours has won a team of four students top honours at New Zealand’s only International NASA Space Apps Challenge, hosted by AUT University and the US Embassy.” Click here to read more.
NASA.gov covers Space Apps’ 76 hours of hacking around the world on NASA challenges.
"We have serious challenges in front of us and NASA can’t do it alone. We need everyone to come with us."
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Space Apps on NASA’s Open Gov blog! Hear from the NASA team behind Space Apps about the inspiring results of the event worldwide. See the blog post here.
Space Apps in the News: Kansas City 41 Action News covered the local Space Apps event at ingenology, check out the coverage here!
3 lessons learned from the Space Apps Challenge that can help you make the most of hackathons! Read Dan Salva’s blog post here.