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Success Stories | Asian Try Zero-G
Launching Singapore Students' Experiments
into Space with JAXA
Launching Singapore Students' Experiments into Space with JAXA

Four Hillgrove Secondary School students found themselves at the Tsukuba Space Centre in Japan to witness an astronaut on the International Space Station conduct their experiment. Their meticulously designed experiment on paper plane flight in microgravity became the first-ever Singaporean proposal chosen for the Asian Try Zero-G (ATZG) competition in 2016.

Space Faculty currently partners with JAXA to organise ATZG in Singapore to inspire future generations of scientists and engineers while fostering international collaboration in space research and development.

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Success Stories | Kibo Robot Programming Challenge
SST Students Code Their Way to 2nd Place in
Kibo-RPC
SST Students Code Their Way to 2nd Place in Kibo-RPC

A team of three talented students from the School of Science and Technology (SST) achieved remarkable success in the prestigious KIBO Robot Programming Challenge (KIBO-RPC) 2023. They impressed with their programming skills, securing an impressive second-place finish in the international competition.

Organised in Singapore by Space Faculty in collaboration with JAXA, the KIBO-RPC challenges students to program free-flying Astrobee robots aboard the International Space Station (ISS) to complete various tasks, simulating the real-world challenges faced by astronauts.

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