Register Now for NASA’s Virtual Space Apps Hackathon 2020 | Oct 2-4

| September 30, 2020
Submitted by Alexis Maynard for Student Experience - Academic

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Space Apps introduces problem-solvers worldwide to NASA’s free and open data. NASA missions to Earth, our Sun and solar system, and out into the universe – all gather data in pursuit of new knowledge, to expand our understanding through new scientific discoveries, and to help us to improve life on Earth. By using NASA data to solve each year’s challenges, Space Apps teams learn about NASA’s data, and share in the creation and application of the knowledge that results.

This event will be co-hosted with the McMaster Planetary Society, a group led by space enthusiastic students focused on encouraging students to explore space opportunities and development. All are welcome in Space Apps. The common thread among Space Apps participants is that you are interested in space science and exploration, you are creative, and you want to solve problems.

This year, the event will be hosted completely online! Due to this reason, we are using the platform Discord to host our event. Please join our discord channel with the link provided to you upon registration. Not sure how to access Discord? Here’s how to join the community.

Event details:

  • Friday, October 2 – Sunday, October 4
  • 9 a.m. – 11:59 p.m. (EST)

For more event details and registration, visit the Hamilton Space Apps Hackathon page.

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