Thank you to everyone who submitted to Phase 1 of NASA's Watts on the Moon Challenge. The judging panel is currently reviewing your submissions.
If you are looking for additional ways to get involved with NASA, we have two exciting opportunities for you:
Abstracts for the Lunar Innovation Consortium meeting due 4/16
On May 11-12 the Lunar Surface Innovation Consortium meeting will bring together over 1000 participants from 300 organizations to facilitate communication between commercial, academic, government, and nonprofit sectors to identify lunar surface technology needs and assess the readiness of relative systems and components. The meeting will include updates from NASA, networking opportunities, and contributed technical content from the community. We invite the community to submit abstracts describing technical capabilities within the six LSIC focus areas (surface power, in-situ resource utilization, extreme access, extreme environments, dust mitigation and excavation and construction), as well as those that identify lunar surface technology needs and assess the readiness of relative systems and components. Other topics of interest include defining the parameters and constraints of the architecture required to support a sustained presence on the lunar surface, as well as economic and policy considerations. Abstracts should be limited to 1 page and use the template provided here. All abstracts are due by April 16th, 2021. Submit abstracts here -->
NASA's Future-Scaping Our Skies Challenge
NASA’s Future-Scaping our Skies Challenge is now open for your predictions! Sponsored by NASA's Convergent Aeronautics Solutions group, individuals and teams interested in participating are being asked to forecast how aviation might be transformed over the next few decades by detailing future scenarios that could evolve from present-day societal, technological, economic, and environmental trends. Learn more here -->