NASA has a few challenges for Philly hackers: Recreate the sounds of space using “Earth-bound objects.” Design a satellite for an upcoming Mars mission. And that’s just the beginning.
Philly is the Global MainStage for NASA’s International Space Apps Challenge, a worldwide space tech hackathon that will take place on April 20-21 as part of the third annual Philly Tech Week presented by AT&T.
That means, as NASA Open Gov Community Advocate Ali Llewellyn put it, that Philly will play host to something of a “a mission control for intergalactic space collaborations.” Callowhill GIS shop Azavea is organizing the event locally.-30-
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