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Team Space Comm 1 developed and built an omni-directional antenna, capable of receiving signals from satellites and airplanes.
The project aims to inform people about the quality, and quantity of the land in the Danubian Plane.
The Rocket team is developing an application, which focuses on forests in Bulgaria and aims to track deforestation.
The project goal is to use a web of sensor platforms to monitor pollution in large cities in real time.
The goal is to place independent sensor devices in rural areas to monitor air and soil quality, and gather data via satellite technology.
Space Challenges cadets will develop and build a scaled version of a habitable space station module.
The project goal is to perform research and to design, develop and build a scaled version of a habitable space station module.
The cadets will develop a closed ecological system. It should be capable to operate autonomously at least 10 hours in near-space environment.
The goal of the space cadets is to design and construct an autonomous landing system that can land, take pictures and samples.
The team will develop a fully autonomous lander vehicle capable of safely flying over a predefined location.
The goal of space cadets is to design and construct an autonomous landing system.
Cadets aim to develop a fully autonomous robotic rover which will be capable of safely navigating to a predefined destination.
The Rover System Team 2 will develop a vehicle which will navigate autonomously.
Space Challenges cadets will develop a geologic exploration vehicle.
Stratospheric Cinema by Space Challenges Team and Jameson Irish Whiskey.
Team of students was given the task to take a picture at 30km altitude, safely recover the science payload and the LEGOnaut onboard.
Space Challenges Cadets will develop a new application showing the damages caused by the 2014 summer floods in Bulgaria.
Our Cadets will develop a fully autonomous robotic exploration rover.
Our Cadets will perform research and design, develop and build a Membrane Photobioreactor (PBR) prototype.
Space Challenges Cadets will develop a glider capable of flying autonomously and able to map the ground.
A team of engineers and entrepreneurs with a burning passion for robotics. We are building a lower-limb exoskeleton focused on astronauts and paraplegics.
Become an elite educational arena that provides solutions to Real-World challenges.
AquilaSat is a project to design, build and space-qualify the next generation CubeSat bus platform.
Our team is developing a software framework that will allow users to visualize multidimensional solar wind time series data.
Aether Zero G is a stratospheric shuttle system (UAV) that opens unprecedented access to microgravity environment for research and testing.
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