Huntsville shines in 2018 NASA International Space Apps Challenge

Huntsville shines in 2018 NASA International Space Apps Challenge

Congratulations to the winners of the 2018 Space Apps Huntsville competition, held at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center Oct. 19-21!  Two of these teams advance to the global competition later this year…

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Space Apps challenge launches in the Rocket City

Space Apps challenge launches in the Rocket City

"I love watching team members communicate with each other about their ideas. There's that moment when someone actually latches on to an idea you're trying to communicate and understands where you're going with it, that is truly wonderful," said Sarah Hemmings, the Earth Science Policy Analyst from Global Space Apps Organization Team.

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NASA’s 2018 International Space Apps Challenge Returns to Huntsville

NASA’s 2018 International Space Apps Challenge Returns to Huntsville

Facilitated by Urban Engine of Huntsville and other local sponsors, the event will be held at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center’s Education Training Facility and will also be featured as the Mainstage for the challenge weekend…

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Huntsville named Main Stage city for International competition

Huntsville named Main Stage city for International competition

"In year's past main stage cities have included Silicon Valley and New York City. Our event will be live streamed by the international NASA space apps challenge channel. Last year, I believe their stream reached over 40 million people.

This will place Rocket City on a global platform for innovators around the world to learn about Huntsville's legacy as the Rocket City," said Urban Engine Executive Director Toni Eberhart…

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NASA names Huntsville 2018’s Mainstage city for Space Apps program

NASA names Huntsville 2018’s Mainstage city for Space Apps program

The big announcement was made at a press conference Tuesday at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville. From left to right: Dr. Deborah Barnhardt, CEO of the U.S. Space and Rocket Center; Georgina Chapman, director of workforce development for the Huntsville/Madison County Chamber; Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle; Toni Eberhart, executive director of Urban Engine; Michael Carroll, board chair for Urban Engine; and Hal Brewer, co-founder and chairman of the Intuitive Research and Technology Corporation…

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