NASA Space Apps Challenge Hackathon

Ukrainians won two Global Awards at NASA Space Apps Challenge 2016

The team from Kyiv won People’s Choice with the MarsHopper project and Canadian Ukrainian Tanya Oleksiuk from Toronto and her team of the Kid on the Moon won the Global Award as the Most Inspirational project at NASA Space Apps Challenge

Ukraine’s MarsHopper tops People’s Choice of NASA Space Apps Challenge 2016. Voting closes soon!

The Ukrainian MarsHopper aircraft project developed by a team from Kyiv tops the People's Choice list of finalists of the of NASA's SpaceApps Challenge 2016, one of the world's largest international annual hackathons.  The voting will close at 05:00 (UTC+4) on May

Ukrainian military programmers win NASA’s Space Apps Challenge 2016

Ukrainian IT students of the Zhytomyr military institute named after spacecraft engineer Serhiy Korolyov won NASA’s global competition Space Apps Challenge 2016, reports with reference to The DronProtect project was presented at the NASA’s competition, conducted on the basis of

All Continents Up to NASA’s Challenge: Inspired by Technology, United by Fascination

After reporting on Canada’s special hackathon for children in Toronto, we received great feedback on projects elsewhere done for children and by children. Congrats to Canadian Ukrainian Tanya Oleksiuk and her team with their winning Kid on the Moon project and other

NASA’s Space Apps Challenge 2016 and Education: The World’s Largest Hackathon at Various Locations of the World

Space Apps Challenge is a global NASA’s hackathon known for its front-edge solutions to space challenges and environmental problems. Despite being a forum for top IT geeks and other hi-tech folks, Space Apps Challenge presents great educational opportunities as well. This has

First NASA Space Apps Challenge Hackathon in Ukraine

23-24 April 2016 the annual global NASA’s Space Apps Challenge was conducted in Ukraine for the first time. More than a hundred creative people from the capital and many cities gathered in Kyiv to solve the problems of the National Aerospace Agency