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What could be possible when citizens in 75 cities and 41 countries come together to work on more than 50 specially curated challenges? We will explore new ideas, perspectives and technologies. We will use data to build solutions to address real challenges. We will work together, harnessing the capacity and experience of a diverse group of global citizens to help make a better planet to live in on well as a better future for living off-planet. All in 48 hours. 

We are excited to announce the final list of physical locations for the 2013 International Space Apps Challenge: 

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Adelaide, Australia
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Athens, Greece
Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Auckland, New Zealand
Augusta, Georgia, USA
Austin, Texas, USA
Azua de Compostela, Dominican Republic
Bangalore, India
Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Bogota, Colombia
Brisbane, Australia
Canberra, Australia
Cape Canaveral, Florida, USA
Cleveland, Ohio, USA
Cotonou, Benin
Culiacan, Mexico
Detroit, Michigan, USA
Easton, Maryland, USA
Exeter, UK
Glasgow, Scotland
Gothenberg, Sweden
Guadalajara, Mexico
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Guayaquil, Ecuador
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Houston, Texas, USA
Ifrane, Morocco
Istanbul, Turkey
Jakarta, Indonesia
Kampala, Uganda
Kathmandu, Nepal
Krakow, Poland
La Paz, Bolivia
Lausanne, Switzerland
Leicester, UK
Limassol, Cyprus
London, UK
Louisville, Kentucky, USA
Madrid, Spain
Managua, Nicaragua
Manila, Philippines
Maui, Hawaii, USA
Melbourne, Australia
Mexico City, Mexico
Monterrey, Mexico
Nairobi, Kenya
New Delhi, India
New York City, New York, USA
Norman, Oklahoma, USA
Paris, France
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Pretoria, South Africa
Reno, Nevada, USA
Rochester, New York, USA
Rome, Italy
San Francisco, California, USA
Saint Louis, Senegal
Santa Cruz, Bolivia
Santiago, Chile
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Singapore, Singapore
Skopje, Macedonia
Sofia, Bulgaria
Stuttgart, Germany
Sydney, Australia
Syracuse, New York, USA
Tallahassee, Florida, USA
Tampere, Finland
Tokyo, Japan
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Toulouse, France
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
York, UK

[Registration is open here. If you are really up for adventure, there’s always this (elite) site, but only extremely skilled, committed people should apply.]

Thanks to everyone who expressed interest in hosting and supporting the Space Apps Challenge. Unfortunately we are not able to take any additional applications for this year, but citizens everywhere are invited to participate virtually and work on the challenges either individually or with teams all over the world. One of the best projects last year was produced by a virtual team!)

 

 

About Ali

Community Advocate

NASA Headquarters

alicia.llewellyn-1@nasa.gov