| Crafting our world sounds like a lot of hard work and nearly impossible for one person. Well, guess what? The 2nd round of International Space Apps Challenge is here to give you the opportunity to make a difference in your community and around the world. By working together with similarly concerned citizens from across the […]
| Because as we learned from the International Space Challenge & RHoK; your code, your hacks and your solutions have the potential to facilitate a community of users & contributors that endure well beyond one codeathon.
| “If you put that data out to a diverse community, it enables [NASA] to have numerous and distributed backup teams around the world digging into the data, figuring out what sort of valuable information can come from it and what can be done with it."
| Conducting human missions beyond low-Earth orbit to destinations such as asteroids and Mars will require substantial work to ensure the well-being of the crew. These new operational conditions, which will include long periods in microgravity, will pose health risks that are currently not well understood and perhaps unanticipated. Developing and applying advanced tools to predict, assess, and mitigate potential hazards to astronaut health is critical.
| 111 orgs, 25 cities, 17 countries, 2,083 pple, 71 challenges, 100+ solutions in 48 hours. This weekend, NASA successfully fulfilled a commitment on behalf of the United States as part of the Open Government Partnership Domestic Action Plan. The stated goal of the event, per the US Action Plan, was to “promote innovation through international collaboration“. Space exploration […]