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Space Apps Challenge 2017

Since its inception in 2012, the International Space Apps Challenge, a part of NASA’s Open Innovation Program, has become the biggest global hackathon in the world, engaging thousands of citizens each year across the globe to work with NASA in designing innovative solutions to global challenges using open source data. At Space Apps events, teams of technologists, scientists, designers and entrepreneurs work together to develop answers to some of the most pressing challenges on earth and space using publicly available NASA data.

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The International Space Apps Challenge 2014

The International Space Apps Challenge 2014

Background The International Space Apps Challenge, now in its third year running, is an international mass collaboration focused on space exploration that takes place over 48-hours in cities around the world. The event, which takes the form of a *hackathon, embraces collaborative problem solving with the goal of producing relevant open-source solutions to address global…

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Intergalactic super judges join SpaceApps @mLab

Intergalactic super judges join SpaceApps @mLab

        With the International Space Apps Challenge approaching we had a challenge of our own. Who on earth would be worthy to judge your awesome #SpaceApps solutions? So after searching the known galaxy (ok so only as far as our e-tag budgets would take us for the month) we found our intergalactic-super-hero-gravity-defying-planet-exploring…

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International Space Apps Challenge 2014

International Space Apps Challenge 2014

mLab Southern Africa and Vodacom are proud to be the hosts of the International Space Apps Challenge again this year at mLab Pretoria and in partnership with The Barn at mLab Cape Town available for the Hackathon. The International Space Apps Challenge is an international mass collaboration focused on space exploration that takes place over…

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