The Austrian Space Forum announced today the student contest “Born to Explore”. On the occasion of the 29th ASE Planetary Congress which will take place in Vienna from 03-07 Oct. 2016 students between 6 – 25 years are invited to share their vision about space exploration.
The first human to walk on Mars is probably already born. Therefore, both the the Association of Space Explorers (ASE) and the Austrian Space Forum (OeWF) are promoting the “Born to Explore”-challenge, calling for both elementary, high-school and university students to voice their vision on where space exploration will take us. Let 100 astronauts know what the next steps will be, and which destinations lie ahead of us!
Main prize is a 2-day trip to the European Astronaut Center in Cologne.
All details on the contest rules and prizes:
- a roadmap to heaven – technology and future science October 8, 2016
- #ASE29 goes West, South, East and North October 6, 2016
- “6 years of training for 6 hours in space” October 4, 2016
- “Austria is a small country, but big in space” October 3, 2016
- Born to Explore Contest – a short summary of the winning entries September 27, 2016