Meteomatics invited to be global collaborator at NASA Space Apps Challenge On October 2-3, 2021 NASA is inviting coders, entrepreneurs, scientists, designers, storytellers, makers, builders, artists, and technologists to participate in a virtual hackathon--The NASA International Space Apps Challenge. During a period of 48 hours, participants from around the world will create virtual teams and use Earth observation data from 10 different space agencies, and have access to Meteomatics API to develop solutions to issues our world is facing.

Meteomatics has agreed to become a global collaborator and to help participants solve challenges set by the NASA Space Apps Team. To mark the Tenth Year of the International Space Apps Challenge, NASA is collaborating with nine international space agency partners to bring the worlds largest hackathon to even more communities.

Space Apps is managed by the Earth Science Division, Science Mission Directorate, at NASA Headquarters in Washington, DC. Meteomatics has been a global collaborator since 2018, providing free access to its rich and powerful Weather API to empower participants fulfill their ideas.

 

Register here, for the NASA Space Apps Challenge 2021.

 

 

Key Dates

July 15th-Oct 3rd Participant Registration   Participants registration for Space Apps 2021. 
Aug 17th Challenge Summaries Released Summary of each challenge listed on NASA Space Apps website.
Sept 9th Challenge Statements Released NASA will announce the full challenge statements on their website.
Sept-Oct 3rd Virtual Bootcamp NASA are hosting a Virtual Bootcamp that will showcase videos to provide orientation for participants, help teams build skills and meet the partners.
Oct 2nd-Oct 3rd Space Apps 2021 Space Apps 2021 kicks off! 
Oct-Nov Judging Several round of judging to get from thousands of submissions to 10 Global Winners