We’ve published the rules and guidelines for the 2011 NASA Make: Challenge, which invites makers to propose kits that high school students can build in their classrooms to explore a scientific, technical, or math concept by flying the kits on a suborbital rocket flight.
Proposals for the NASA Make: Challenge should be submitted electronically to email@example.com by midnight (Pacific Daylight Savings Time) April 30, 2011. To develop a successful proposal, please consult the rules and guidelines found at:
A submission to the NASA Make: Challenge will consist of two parts: (1) a written proposal describing the kit and (2) the project documentation described online at Make: Projects.
NOTE: The NASA Make: Challenge is open to all U.S. citizens. Proposers under the age of 18 must include the permission of a parent or guardian to participate.
Prize: The winner of the NASA Make: Challenge will win a trip to the Bay Area Maker Faire on May 21 & 22 where the winning project will be featured and the maker honored. The winning project will also be published in MAKE Magazine.
We are planning a webcast for the week of March 28. The webcast will be an opportunity to learn from experts about developing experiments that can fly in space. They will be available for questions as well.
For more information and to sign up for the mailing list, visit: 2011 NASA Make: Challenge.