Register for NASA Space Apps Hamilton Hackathon | October 2-3

| September 23, 2021
Submitted by Karn Bansal for NASA Space Apps Hamilton

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NASA Space Apps Hamilton is a weekend-long Hackathon hosted by Students for the Exploration and Development of Space – Canada (SEDS – Canada). Space Apps is a worldwide annual, three-day programming and data science competition bringing together coders, designers, entrepreneurs and makers to solve real-world problems we face on Earth and space. Teams compete in a series of challenges using spacecraft, celestial and science datasets provided by NASA and the Canadian Space Agency. Locations around Canada and Ontario such as Vancouver, Ottawa, Toronto and Hamilton host the Space Apps Challenges to over 20,000 students who submit projects that are judged by academic and industry experts, with the best entries sent to compete internationally.

What you need to know:

  • Event held: Saturday, October 2 and Sunday, October 3
  • Hosted in an online format
  • View the Challenges at the NASA Space Apps website
  • Interested students can register individually or as a team
  • Follow up and find a team by joining the Discord server

Questions? Email joyeeta@seds.ca.

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