Mar 19, 2024

Schools, Organizations and Universities serving Middle School students are invited to participate in the 2024 Zero Robotics Summer Program where teams will be given the opportunity to write code to control NASA's Astrobee satellites aboard the International Space Station! Register by May 1st: (teams accepted on a rolling basis). Program Dates: June 24, 2024 – August 2, 2024 (Weekly schedules will vary by team).

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Zero Robotics is a free 5-week summer programming challenge where middle school students learn to write code to control satellites aboard the International Space Station. The competition starts online, where teams program the Astrobee Satellites to solve an annual challenge. After several phases of virtual competition in a simulation environment, finalists are selected to compete in a live championship aboard the ISS. An astronaut conducts the championship competition in microgravity with a live broadcast to your school or organization. Don’t know how to code? Don’t worry – we’ll learn together. Free Training. Free Teaching Tools. Free online tech support. Sponsored by NASA, the ISS National Laboratory and The Aerospace Corporation and operated by MIT, ILC and STEMX365, Summer 2024 will be extremely competitive with limited spaces available.

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