Welcome to part one of our Space Apps roundup. We’ll be focusing on all the interesting asteroid-related projects that were hacked together at Space Apps 2014. Without further ado, here are projects which tried to solve the problems with sharing asteroid imagery, … Continue reading
As part of their coverage for #DIYSpaceWeek, MAKE Magazine have put up an article about us. Big thanks to the guys and gals at MAKE!
A panel of three experts on asteroids from +NASA’s Kennedy Space Center (Phil Metzger ), Arecibo Observatory (Alessondra Springmann ), and +Minor Planet Center (José Luis Galache ) plus +NASA’s Marshall Center simulation expert (Daniel A. O’Neil) will be on this Google Hangout to … Continue reading
Asteroids@home is a great way you can help characterise asteroids, and you (or rather your computer) can do it while you sleep. Asteroids@home is a volunteer distributed computing project currently comprising of 30,000~ volunteers and 800+ teams. The project is … Continue reading
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The 2014 Space Apps Challenge is gearing up and looks set to be a lot of fun. Of special interest are the asteroid challenges, which tie into NASA’s Asteroid Grand Challenge, but there’s something there for everyone. Be there or … Continue reading
On February 13 2014, NASA Ames and the Hackerspace Space Program (SpaceGAMBIT) signed a Space Act Agreement to promote, foster and help provide public support of NASA’s Asteroid Grand Challenge. The purpose of the agreement is to facilitate collaboration between NASA … Continue reading
SpaceGAMBIT is an open-source, hackerspace space program. We believe in building humanity into a spacefaring civilization, and we see collaboration and the maker movement as a way to get there. We are launching our second round of project funding with … Continue reading
SpaceGAMBIT and Curiosity Hacked have designed a comprehensive Space Exploration and Technology program based on mentorship, community engagement, and badge achievement. This interdisciplinary approach includes a focus on Astronomy, Space Technology, Colonization and Bio-Engineering, and Rocketry to promote interest, innovation, … Continue reading
Our aim is to build humanity into a spacefaring species. And to do that we need to start integrating makers (and making) into the wider space ecosystem. With that in mind, we’re launching Virtual Maker Meetups. From April 2014 we’ll … Continue reading