Aviation Prize Workshop, ISPCS, Art Contest, Pop! Tech, Much More

@NASAPrize: Brainstorming session for future aviation prizes in Hampton, VA was well attended with lots of good ideas and insights. Thanks to all.

The conference Aviation Unleashed included the Aviation Unleashed Centennial Challenge Prize Workshop that I'm sure was the brainstorming session mentioned above. The conference also included the Edison2 Progressive Automotive X PRIZE team.

@nss: Tell kids/teens 10-17 to enter NASA art-music contest on Human Space Flight: www.humansinspaceart.org. Deadline Dec. 3.

a CanSat that points to the sun. - CanSat DeSoto team on YouTube

Weekend Update - Unreasonable Rocket

Astrobotic gets NASA grant for prototype lunar mining robot - RLV News has more details about the phase II SBIR award I mentioned Monday.

Registration Open for NASA’s Great Moon Buggy Race - Parabolic Arc

Richards & Moon Express - RLV News

ISPCS 2010 update #2 - RLV News - I'm just picking 1 of many posts on the International Symposium for Personal and Commercial Spaceflight. You'll find a lot of discussion involving past and present prize teams (e.g.: Armadillo, Masten, Rocket City Space Pioneers) and other related topics from these posts. This one in particular gives a twitter link that will keep you busy.

@sedsusa: SEDS Video Contest official contest end date is in two days. Get your submissions in! http://tinyurl.com/SEDSVidAd

@ad_astra2: Great #XPRIZE session at #poptech today, but secretly wish I could have helped w the weather balloon launch! #spacetweep

Using prizes and challenges to drive innovation - Pop! Tech blog

@NASA_Technology: The Weightlessness of Creativity @Etsy Blog http://goo.gl/1Gac featuring @NASA Astronaut Karen Nyberg. Have you submitted your Space Craft?

@glxp: Please welcome our newest #glxp team to Twitter: @Moon_Ex!

NASA Awards Innovative Lunar Demonstration Data (ILDD) Contracts! - Luna C/I: Moon Colonization and Integration discusses the recent lunar engineering data news.

@ISS_NatLab: Discussion: Microelectronics & competitions like FIRST will blur lines between what students & traditional researchers can do on ISS.

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