Prize Roundup - LunaTrex interview, New Scientist article, Rocket Contest, EGGsploration, TEDMED, Space Elevator, Lunar Contest updates

Rocket Contest Winners Celebrate at Astronaut Hall of Fame - Space for All

Team LunaTrex Talk to the Space Fellowship About Rockets, Rovers and GLXP Rules - The Space Fellowship

@glxp - FYI: the Space EGGsploration Challenge is coming up this weekend in Parker, CO. http://bit.ly/3E61Jj

RT @newscientist: Check out our piece (http://bit.ly/3fRPxC) & image gallery (http://bit.ly/PoQoz) on the #GLXP teams' progress [Great!]

RT @spacehack: New project added to Spacehack: Northrop Grumman Lunar Lander Challenge: http://is.gd/2biMO #spacecrafts #xprize #moon #nasa

@spacehack - New project on Spacehack: Telescope Makers' Workshop: http://is.gd/2bEw7 #bayarea

Award Winning Product Designs of 2009 - Perspectives on Innovation (Innocentive):


The results of the International Design Excellence contest have just been announced. ... There are some very cool ideas represented among the winners - a cheese grater that actually collects the cheese instead of letting it spill over the countertop. A cookbook that contains tastable pages ...

I mentioned the conference and the Strong Tether Competition in my last post, but here's a better introduction:

Space Elevator Conference starts this week - Space Elevator Blog

Cool new video from the KC Space Pirates - Space Elevator Blog

Space elevator conference, competitions and resources - RLV News

2009 NewSpace Business Plan Competition winners - RLV News

@AlanStern - Commercial Spaceflight Federation Creates Advisory Panel on Suborbital Science & Research Apps: http://bit.ly/M7qRF

The press release mentions some of the Northrop Grumman Lunar Lander Challenge competitors, as well as others with prize connections:


“The innovative vehicles being developed by a wide range of commercial suborbital companies, including Armadillo Aerospace, Blue Origin, Masten Space Systems, Virgin Galactic, and XCOR Aerospace, represent valuable new capability for scientists, engineers, and educators,” said Alan Stern, Chairman of SARG.

Unreasonable wiggles - RLV News

Armadillo Aerospace review - RLV News

I think you'll recognize some of the speakers here: @TEDMED - More TEDMED Speakers Announced! http://bit.ly/DGlZv

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