Virtual Participation

Virtual Participation

Anywhere on Planet Earth or Beyond
  • We will be gathering participants virtually around the world on April 11th and 12th to participate in the International Space Apps Challenge.  To be part of the virtual event, please sign up here and we will reach out to you in the days before the event to let you know how we will all be engaging in virtual participation and communication during the event weekend!

    Virtual Participation is open to anyone anywhere on Planet Earth

    Elizabeth Sabet
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  • The following projects were worked on at Planet Earth:

    • The Oregon Trajectory

      Project Members from this location
      • Tylar

      Relive the historical mass terrestrial exodus of the 21st century and take the first wandering steps into the boundless frontier that we now call home. Recommended for entities human-age-equivalent-rating 12 and up.

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    • Go, No-Go

      Project Members from this location
      • Matthew Hykes


      "Go, No-Go" (GNG) will be an interactive simulation that focuses on engaging users with gradually increasing difficulty as they learn some of the systems that are verified in the hours and moments before a launch. The controls and systems used will be powered by a custom rul... Visit Project


      Project Members from this location
      • Mainuddin Talukdar

      Develop a mobile phone app to provide interested astronomers with ‘daily news’ on the transient high-energy sky, based on information available from public pages at NASA, the European Space Agency, the Japanese Space Agency, etc.

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    • AgroQuest

      Project Members from this location
      • Ratul Minhaz

      Our project aims to build a alert system and analytics platform

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    • StationStream

      Project Members from this location
      • Mike
      • Daniel McMahon
      • Sean Oldham

      Real time ISS data streaming and telemetry in meteor

      The goal of this project is as follows:

      • Track the location of the ISS in real time and place it on a map/globe
      • Track the orientation of the ISS and display the information in an easy... Visit Project