A great contest for high school students, especially the lucky ones who are already booked on our educational tour to the NASA Space Centre and Orlando
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration invites high school and college from all countries and all areas of study to enter, including the arts, industrial design, architecture, computer design, and the fine arts. Students are asked to submit their work on the theme: Future of Flight. Artists are encouraged to collaborate with science and engineering students. Any full time student can enter, regardless of major or area of study.
In 1903, Orville and Wilbur Wright began what has become a ubiquitous form of transportation for developed nations all over the world. More than one hundred years later, their small open cabin wooden plane has been transformed into designs with capabilities no one could have predicted. And little could the Wright’s imagine what space ships have developed over the past 60 years. What is next? Can you imagine what space ships, rockets, or aircraft will look like one hundred years from now? Where will they go and who or what will they carry? Jules Verne imagined men on the moon almost one hundred years before it became reality. What do you imagine for the future of flight, either in space or in Earth’s atmosphere? Submit your best ideas before the due date of April 15, 2011. All entries will be submitted digitally.
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