Take part in the future exploration of the Moon with the Moon Camp Explorers (intermediate level) or the Moon Camp Pioneers (advanced level) challenge. Submissions are now open for 3D designs of a complete Moon Camp until 25 March.
The Moon Camp Challenge is an interdisciplinary school project that invites students, aged up to 18 years, to team up and 3D design their own base on the Moon.
The category Moon Camp Explorers is open for students up to 14 years old to design their projects using the 3D design tool Tinkercad. Students aged 15 to 18 years can participate in the advanced level, Moon Camp Pioneers, which will work with the design tool Fusion 360.
The challenge allows students to use exciting and innovative learning technologies, such as 3D modelling, to explore the extreme environment of the Moon and to better understand how environment affects habitability.
Take your design skills to the next level and work like a space engineer to win prizes. For more information and full participation details, please visit www.mooncampchallenge.org.
Moon Camp is an education project run in collaboration between ESA and the Airbus Foundation, in partnership with Autodesk.
For questions regarding the project, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.