Cleveland, OH

Cleveland, OH

Tri-C’s Advanced Technology Training Center
  • NEOSA is proud to host a Space Apps challenge site for the 2nd consecutive year!

    Join us for a fun, enthusiastic weekend and take the opportunity to participate in a global hack-a-thon working on real NASA Challenges.


    5:30 – 7:30 pm

    We’ll open the Challenge with a networking get together and special guest speaker, Geoff Landis from NASA Glenn. 

    Dr. Landis is a NASA scientist currently working on Mars mission projects who is also an award-winning science fiction author; he'll share insights into Mars exploration projects and discoveries.

    We'll also share general information about the Challenges, teams, weekend logistics and awards.

    Heavy appetizers, beer and wine will be provided.


    8:00 am

    Our venue opens and teams can arrive anytime after that to begin working on Challenges.

    Teams are welcome to stay in the venue as long as they’d like, we’ll keep the building available to teams overnight.

    Continental breakfast, lunch and a pizza dinner will be provided.


    Teams will continue their Challenge work. 

    We'll close project work mid-afternoon and then convene all the teams to make presentations on their project work and make awards to participating teams.  We’ll also determine which teams to elevate for NASA award consideration.

    Continental breakfast and lunch will be provided

    Check out pictures from last year’s Space Apps Challenge here:

    Click the REGISTER button and sign up to join in!

    Projects Nominated for Global Judging

    Best Use of Data


    Best Mission Concept

    Asteroid Mission Simulator

    Projects Receiving Local Awards

    Best backend database design - Astrodeo
    Best use of graphics - Asteroid Mission Simulator



    Tri-C’s Advanced Technology Training CenterMap it
    3409 Woodland Ave.
    Cleveland, OH
    United States

    Brad Nellis
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  • The following projects were worked on at Cleveland, OH:

    • Astrodeo

      Project Members from this location
      • Keith Veleba
      • Tim Mott
      • Kevin Wirth

      Astrodeo aims to empower amateur and professional astrophotographers to upload and share their asteroid images. With our low barrier of user signup anyone can get started uploading and sharing in minutes. Accounts with Astrodeo not only serve as social portfolios but also can leverage data to ... Visit Project

    • Asteroid Mission Simulator

      Project Members from this location
      • Brian Gesler
      • Nic Linscott
      • Christopher Jones

      This projects attempts to show the average person what it would be like to control a rover deployed to an asteroid exploration and research mission. It demonstrates how state of the art technology is used in deep space exploration.

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