[amsat-bb] Fw: NASA Make: Challenge Submission Guidelines
andythomasmail at yahoo.co.uk
Fri Mar 18 07:05:16 PDT 2011
I thought all you US citizens might be interested in this:
--- On Fri, 18/3/11, NASA Make: Challenge <no-reply at makezine.com> wrote:
> From: NASA Make: Challenge <no-reply at makezine.com>
> Subject: NASA Make: Challenge Submission Guidelines
> To: "andyG0SFJ" <.............................> Date: Friday, 18 March, 2011, 6:40
> We've published the rules and
> guidelines for the
> 2011 NASA Make: Challenge, which invites makers to propose
> that high school students can build in their classrooms to
> explore a scientific, technical, or math concept by
> flying the kits on a suborbital rocket flight.
> Proposals for the NASA Make: Challenge should be submitted
> electronically to makespacekits at gmail.com
> by midnight
> (Pacific Daylight Savings Time) April 30, 2011. To
> a successful proposal, please consult the rules and
> found at:
> NOTE: The NASA Make: Challenge is open to all U.S.
> Proposers under the age of 18 must include the permission
> a parent or guardian to participate.
> The winner of the NASA Make: Challenge will win a trip to
> Bay Area Maker Faire on May 21 & 22. The winning
> project will
> also be published in MAKE Magazine.
> We are planning a webcast for the week of March 28.
> The webcast
> will be an opportunity to learn from experts about
> experiments that can fly in space. They will be
> for questions as well.
> Thanks for participating in the 2011 NASA Make: Challenge
> and be
> sure to tell others you know who might wish to
> Dale Dougherty
> Founder and Publisher, MAKE Magazine
> email: dale at oreilly.com
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