Are you interested in space and coding? Would you like to build a prototype satellite? AIAA (American Institute for Aeronautics and Astronautics) and BWSI (MIT Beaver Works Summer Institute) are excited to announce that we are looking for High School students interested in learning to build a 1U CubeSat to complete an ocean science research mission. Join us for this free AIAA-BSWI Build a CubeSat Challenge! The AIAA-BWSI challenge (https://beaverworks.ll.mit.edu/CMS/bw/AIAA_BWSI_Challenge) is the best place to find out more information.
Teams of 5 students will build and program a CubeSat that will detect colored plastic in the ocean from space! The great part is mentors and hardware kits are provided to the teams at no cost.
Information about the Teams and schedule:
Contact AIAA-BWSI Build a CubeSat Challenge Team: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lisa Kelley, Joel Grimm, Bob Shin
MIT Beaver Works, MIT Lincoln Laboratory