Space Apps Challenge
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- Type: Hackathon
- Date: and
- Duration: 48h
- Location: In-person and virtual
- Language: French and English
- Target audience: Space enthusiasts, scientific or technologic community, students.
On and , participants will join students, programmers, designers, engineers, and entrepreneurs from around the world to tackle science, design, and communication challenges during NASA's 12th annual Space Apps Challenge.
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On and , participants from across the country will join students, programmers, designers, engineers and entrepreneurs from around the world to tackle science, design, and communication challenges during NASA's 12th annual Space Apps Challenge.
Participants will share ideas and use open data to solve real-world problems on Earth and in space.
The 48-hour hackathon will take place in-person and virtually and will be hosted by 13 international space agencies. This is the seventh consecutive year that the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) is participating in the Space Apps Challenge.
Everyone is welcome, regardless of their age or level of technical expertise. If you have a passion for space, you're in the right place. Make a team with your friends or meet your new teammates during the event. CSA mentors will be available to help you throughout the weekend.
- Calgary, Alberta
- Edmonton, Alberta
- Halifax, Nova Scotia
- Hamilton, Ontario
- Inuvik, Northwest Territories
- Mississauga, Ontario
- Montreal, Quebec
- Oshawa, Ontario
- Ottawa, Ontario
- Timmins, Ontario
- Toronto, Ontario
- Windsor, Ontario
A personalized electronic certificate for each participant.
Challenges and prizes will be based on level of complexity: Stargazer (regular) or Moonwalker (advanced).
1st place: Space Apps Challenge Canada bag containing CSA merchandise and virtual mentoring with CSA experts
2nd and 3rd places: Space Apps Challenge Canada bag containing CSA merchandise
Previous Space Apps Challenge editions
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