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#SpaceApps Judging and Awards

19 Apr 2013, 19:20 UTC
#SpaceApps Judging and Awards
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It takes many nations working together to build the space station and keep a human presence in space – and it will take many nations working together to go further and explore beyond.

Now to answer two very important questions:

How will judging work?
Will there be awards?

Let me first emphasize one *very* important point – the International Space Apps Challenge is not about competition, it’s about collaboration. It takes many nations working together to build the space station and keep a human presence in space – and it will take many nations working together to go further and explore beyond. As one local lead noted, “It’s not about the awards – it’s about being part of something important. We have the skills and we want to share them.”
Nevertheless, we anticiipate amazing results from this weekend and we want to honor exceptional work and the teams who performed it. So here is the plan.
1. Judging
To be considered for judging, you must register at spaceappschallenge.org and submit a project by the end of the two-day local event. Remember that the most vital consideration at this point is documenting your work well on spaceappschallenge.org and insuring ...

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