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Caltech Space Challenge

The 2017 Caltech Space Challenge (March 26-31, 2017) is a prestigious event in which undergraduate and graduate students from around the world compete in designing a space-related mission. The theme for the 2017 Challenge is Lunarport. Students will design a launch and supply station on the Moon to refuel deep-space mission payloads. Participants will work in a unique mutidisciplinary environment with other students, faculty, and engineers from NASA JPL and leading aerospace industry (such as Airbus and SpaceX). All expenses while at Caltech for the event are paid, and a partial to full (depending on the cost) travel reimbursement will be issued.

Full-time, post-secondary students during the 2016-2017 academic year (undergraduate or graduate students) from any nationality are eligible to apply. Students from a broad range of backgrounds are sought out to apply: from engineering and science, to graphic design and business/project management.

The deadline to apply is December 1, 2016, 10:00 am PT (6:00 pm GMT).
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