Panoramio and Hubble Photo Contests, Prize Winners Speak Out, Ames Software Award, More
By Astiles on February 26, 2010
Here's a tweet from one Northrop Grumman Lunar Lander Challenger about another one:
@mojaverocketguy: John Carmack says it better than I can (about the proposed NASA budget/direction): http://venturebeat.com/2010/02/25/obama-nasa/
NASA Ames wins a space prize for the NASA World Wind digital globe software used for Earth and other planets:
@NASA_Ames: [News] Ames Wins 2009 NASA Software of the Year Award http://bit.ly/9C7IZ9
Here are 3 separate and interesting Innocentive tweets:
"Cool" new InnoCentive competition: 50K for Flexible Light Weight High Temperature Fire Partition http://bit.ly/91lQsD
The American Google Lunar X PRIZE Teams - Luna C/I: Moon Colonization and Integration
Check the NSS link on this one for the winning Hubble images:
@nss: So many wonderful Hubble images submitted..Its hard to choice but we have decided to award 5 lucky winners. #Hubble3D
To the Moon? I think not, Aliceâ¦. - True/Slant - Miles O'Brien -Part of his Congressional testimony mentions a well-known space prize:
And when it comes to human beings in space, there is insatiable interest in the effort to open space up to the rest of us. I will never forget the thrill I had covering SpaceShipOne as it captured the X-Prize in Mojave in October of 2004. The excitement in the air was palpable â for a flight that went about as high as Alan Shepard went on May of 1961.
But this time it was one of us.Space Access'10 update - RLV News has the latest Space Access '10 update, with more presenters with prize connections. Lots of the Northrop Grumman Lunar Lander Challenge teams will be represented.
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