as part of Research Fellows Project
of Alyssa and Kennedy, Brody and Ethan
Open to 3rd-6th grade
Begins October 20
Learn about 3-D Design, manufacturing and space! Future Engineers is a design challenge for young innovators. We will be taking part in the 3D Printing in Space Challenges powered by the ASME Foundation. NASA launched the first-ever Zero-G 3D Printer (built by Made In Space) to the International Space Station aboard SpaceX-4. To celebrate the launch of this ‘In Space Manufacturing’ revolution, the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) Foundation and NASA partnered together to develop a series of 3D Space Challenges focused on solving real-world space exploration problems. Students can submit 3D models directly to the site for a chance to win out-of-this-world prizes!
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