Come join us for Judging SUNDAY at 5:00p! Park in the student parking lot off 2nd street between Chestnut and Broadway, and come find us in the Health Sciences Building Auditorium. We have two groups that will be presenting their challenges that they have worked on this weekend!
Louisville, join us for the NASA Space Apps Challenge April 19-21 in the Health Sciences Building at Jefferson Community and Technical College. We will have plenty of space to work on the challenges, experience Skype chats, make connections to remote locations and collaborate on solutions. Please contact us at [email protected] for more information. Follow us at @spaceappslou for announcements, and use #spaceappslou if you chat about us!
We will begin work on Friday evening so that folks who want to take time off on Saturday for Thunder over Louisville can do so. Sunday will be an all-day work session ending with presentations of the challenges. If you are thinking about attending any part of the weekend, please register and let us know you are coming! Students of all ages are welcome. Come join us!
Parking and schedule information will be emailed about a week prior to the event to the email you use to register. We hope you can attend at least part of the weekend to work on the challenges and collaborate with us.
Please see our Tumblr (link at bottom of page) for more information! Parking will be in the student parking lot accessed from 2nd street between Chestnut and Broadway. Hope to see you soon!
Projects Nominated for Global JudgingFalling Star Finder
Mars Monitored Greenhouse
Projects Receiving Local Awards- Falling Star Finder
- Mars Monitored Greenhouse
LocationJefferson Community and Technical CollegeMap it110 W Chestnut
Health Sciences Building Entrance off the Student Parking Lot
The following projects were worked on at Space Apps Challenge Louisville: