Huntsville's Inaugural Space Apps Challenge
New Leaf Digital and the Greater Huntsville AIAA Section proudly hosted Huntsville's first-ever NASA Space Apps Challenge—a 32-hour "Earth Observation" themed hardware + software + design competition in April 2017, thanks to our great community!
This was NASA's 6th year hosting this competition, in which 140+ cities across the globe participated on the same weekend. Super happy Huntsville was added to the roster this year!
WHAT: A 32-hour aerospace + hardware + software + design competition.
WHO: Anyone of any age or background. No tech skills required.
WHEN: Saturday, April 29 @ 9am to Sunday, April 30 @ 5pm
WHERE: Huntsville STEAM Works - a brand new, 6,000 sq/ft hardware prototyping lab at Lowe Mill (map)
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS: Space Apps Portal
PARTICIPANT GUIDE: Click here
ENTRY COST: FREE
SPONSORS: Sponsorship Deck (PDF)
PRIZES: $10,000 Cash + Private Flight + Hangar tour + Others (See Below)
PRESS: Visit our Press page
CONTACT US: firstname.lastname@example.org
Register your team
From past experience, we've learned that challenges are best populated when registered by teams. Teams are 3-5 people. You're welcome to register individually and then we'll help you join a team once you arrive at the event!