Want to win stuff? Watch this... Basically, The Google Lunar X PRIZE team Part Time Scientists have reached 100k friends on Facebook. That's quite the little get together. In honor of this (and because we want to be cool enough to sit at their table at lunch) we are hosting a little contest to see if we can boost our numbers up a bit and join the big kids club.
June 29, 2012
June 26, 2012
Do you love LEGO and robots? Want to win a trip to the Island of Hawaii? Then get your camera ready and produce the most awesome MoonBots Video!This year’s entries
June 19, 2012
Greetings, GLXP fans!
June 11, 2012
June 07, 2012
As I mentioned in my previous post recapping the Google Lunar X Prize Team Summit, Team Arca has announced some very exciting news in the development of their mission. Where most teams are partnering with companies like SpaceX or China, Arca has decided to build their own rocket. Here is a little info.
June 07, 2012
May 24, 2012
NASA recognizes that many spacefaring nations and commercial entities are on the verge of landing spacecraft on the moon. The agency engaged in a cooperative dialogue with the X Prize Foundation and the Google Lunar X PRIZE teams to develop the recommendations. NASA and the next generation of lunar explorers share a common interest in preserving humanity's first steps on another celestial body and protecting ongoing science from the potentially damaging effects of nearby landers.
May 17, 2012
Let Us Tell You A Little Bit About This Year’s 2012 MoonBots Challenge The third annual MoonBots: A Google Lunar X PRIZE LEGO® MINDSTORMS® Challenge is officially back! Now you may ask…. What is so unique about this year’s contest? The answer is easy…. EVERYTHING!
May 16, 2012
MoonBots 2012 Challenges Youth From Around the World to Learn About Space Exploration and Have Fun!
May 07, 2012
It’s the night of the big game. From the locker room you can hear the crowd maintain a steady roar that almost hums like television static in the background. You’re focused and your mind is in the zone. Final preparations are made before you finally take that slow-motion walk out of the entry tunnel and set foot on the stadium floor to a crowd of 20,000+ people, each one of them waiting intently to see what you’re capable of. This is the big show.