“Anticipating problems and figuring out how to solve them is actually the opposite of worrying: it’s productive.” – Chris Hadfield.
The NASA Space Apps Challenge is a weekend-long hackathon for participants to create open source solutions using NASA’s data related to living on Earth and in space. The hackathon is open to all ages and all backgrounds of education. We’re looking for coders, designers, scientists, hackers, artists, makers, builders, and anyone with an interest in space to partake in this exciting event! This unique event allows a diverse group of people to gain perspectives from one another and showcase their ability to come up with solutions to interesting space challenges.
For the first time ever, the event will take place online on Discord and be hosted in Hamilton, Ontario. Mark your calendars on October 2nd 2020 to October 4th 2020 for a journey into space! Registration is open, please see: https://bit.ly/2HeQGrz For more information.