The Endeavour Space Camp Challenge 2022 is a space design competition jointly organized by Astronaut Al Worden Endeavour Scholarship, Singapore Space & Technology Limited and Space Faculty to inspire the next generation of engineers and space explorers. Youths aged 15 – 18 from Singapore will challenge themselves on their space and science knowledge, creativity and imagination. Winners of the challenge will join youths from around the world to receive a hands-on astronaut training experience in the U.S. Space and Rocket Center’s renowned Space Camp in Huntsville, Alabama.
As commercial space activity accelerates, space tourism is quickly becoming a not-so-distant dream. The year is 2130 and the first livable habitat on Titan is on the brink of completion. Your team has been tasked to design a spaceship unlike any before it.
The payload? Titan’s first colony.
Your team has been challenged to design a spaceship that can transport and sustain the lives of 50 men, women, and children on the 7-year journey to Titan.
Explore zero gravity living, come up with innovative products and solutions that can improve passenger experience, and help shape the future of space travel.
Teams will need to produce a video of no more than 6 minutes long, describing their idea/proposal. Videos should be uploaded to YouTube.
Teams will need to submit a 1-page write up summarizing their idea/proposal.
1. Spaceship’s life support system
2. How to provide enough food and water to sustain passengers’ biological needs are met.
3. How to launch a spaceship of this scale and generate enough power to carry the ship all the way to Titan.
4. Sustainable waste management system.
1. Video Submission deadline: 27 Dec 2021
2. Judging and team interviews: January 2022
3. Winners Announcement: 15 – 20 February 2022
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The Astronaut Al Worden Endeavour Scholarship provides for participation at the International Space Camp programme taking place in Huntsville, Alabama, USA from 3 – 8 July 2022.
The following will be provided to the winners of this challenge:
(1) Enrolment fee for five selected individuals; four (4) students and one (1) teacher/chaperone, at the International Space Camp programme.
(2) This fee includes tuition, dormitory accommodation and meals throughout the week, return economy air ticket from Singapore to Alabama and all ground transportation in Alabama.
*Excludes cost of passport and any associated Covid-19 PCR tests
This competition is opened to students from Secondary Schools, Institute of Technical Education, Junior Colleges, Centralised Institutes and Polytechnics.
2.Students must be no younger than 15 (fifteen) years old, and no older than 18 (eighteen) years old, as of 9 July 2022.
3.Each project group must have 4 members. Each school is permitted to submit up to 5 project teams each. Each student may only join 1 team. Only Singaporeans and Singapore Permanent Residents may participate.
4.The participants must work on the project themselves. Teachers can only provide guidance and advice. No animals experiment is permitted in the video.