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Endeavour Scholarship entries for Space Camp now open

Entries are now open to aspiring astronauts to be part of the 2023 Endeavour Scholarship Mission Team # 10 – TEAM AUSTRALIA at Space Camp in Huntsville, Alabama, USA.

Entries close Sunday 10 March.

Four young Australians aged 15-18 will experience hands-on astronaut training alongside students from around the world, fostering international collaboration for the next generation of explorers, innovators, and leaders in space.

To apply, Australian secondary students must create a three-minute video and one page summary that addresses the following challenge:

Commercial space travel and colonisation are the future. It is the year 2050. You must ensure that 35 people sustain life on a three-year journey to Titan, Saturn’s largest moon. Create a system to address one of the following conditions for the crew: water/food, life support, propulsion, or solar radiation. Be practical, creative, and have fun!

The four winning entries will be selected by a panel of judges from the scholarship’s Student Selection Committee and include:

  • Professor Alan Duffy Director of the Space Technology and Industry Institute at Swinburne University
  • Professor Bronwyn Fox Chief Scientist at CSIRO
  • Professor Renae Sayers Deputy Director of the Space Science and Technology Centre at Curtin University
  • Mani Thiru Head of Space and Satellite at Amazon Web Services

AmCham Australia, Kallman Worldwide, Inc. and The Endeavour Scholarship in partnership with AVALON 2023 are proud to help young Australians launch their STEM careers.

For more information and to submit an entry go Here

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