In the beginning of the World Space Week, ESA is proud to present two new school challenges: Climate Detectives and Moon Camp.
Meant for teams of school students guided by a teacher or educator, Moon Camp and Climate Detectives give young people the chance to run interdisciplinary projects and develop new skills, ranging from science and technology to teamwork and communication, like real space experts would do.
With Moon Camp, ESA and Airbus Foundation, in partnership with Autodesk, challenge students to take part in the future exploration of space by designing a human shelter on the Moon! The students will have to design a 3D Moon Camp able to sustain the lives of at least two astronauts, taking into account:
The Moon Camp challenge presents two separate categories featuring different levels of complexity:
Teams can submit their design from 1 November 2018 until 16 March 2019.
Find out more about Moon Camp and help ESA settle on the Moon!