NASA International Space Apps Challenge
The International Space Apps challenge is a NASA-sponsored mass
collaboration focused on space exploration that will take place
over 48 hours (April 20-21, 2013) in 75 cities around the world
– including Salisbury, Maryland!
The event embraces collaborative problem solving with a
goal of producing relevant open-source solutions.
The challenges are focused on improving life on Earth and
life in space in the areas of open source software, open
hardware, data visualization and citizen science.
Anyone can participate in the challenge; individuals with
a broad range of skills are needed!
NASA is looking for engineers, technologists, scientists,
designers, artists, educators, students, entrepreneurs – anyone
with a passion for changing the world is welcome to participate!
For more information, please visit
(if you are interested specifically in the event in Salisbury,
or contact Mike Thielke at
or (410) 770-9330.