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ASU Cubesat Challenge
« on: 03/03/2022 09:08 pm »
The Interplanetary Initiative at Arizona State University in the United States recently announced an award to recognize novice teams who successfully launched cubesats. Eligible teams may come from a school or country that does not have a track record of successful missions, have overcome adversity, have launched a mission that creates a compelling educational opportunity, or have engaged a unique coalition of collaborators.

Teams may self-nominate or nominate another team. Nominees will be reviewed and scored by an expert evaluation panel. The winner will be announced in May 2022.

The winning team will receive a cash prize of $7,500 and its story will be shared with the world through ASUís communications channels, the Interplanetary Initiativeís social media channels and newsletter, reaching thousands of people, and a guest spot on the Mission: Interplanetary podcast.

Iím hoping YOU can share this with your network to help us get the word out and attract applicants. All the details and nomination form are here.

Please distribute this to anyone who you think might be a candidate and consider nominating your team.

Thank you,

Joseph DuBois
Sr. Engineer
Interplanetary Initiative - Arizona State University


Published slide deck

Nomination form


Re: ASU Cubesat Challenge
« Reply #1 on: 03/08/2022 02:37 pm »
My cousin did this challenge at Yale once. She built and designed the Gravity Gradient Boom on a cubesat launching this spring.

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