Tests in Orbit - Stage II

In the second stage of the competition, contestants are requested to fill out a detailed proposal form and submit it though ''Submit ideas'' section. Forms can be found in the below section of ''Submission Attachement Templates''. 

Remember that the competion has two focus areas as follows:  

A.     Life in Space: This will explore life in microgravity. Experiments can cover any of the following five suggested areas of research, in order to ensure the optimal health and safety of Astronauts during prolonged exposure to zero gravity environments:

1.     Bone Cells, Muscle Cells and Immune Responses

2.     Haemopoietic System

3.     Microbiome

4.      Stability and  Kinetic Behaviour of Medicines in Space

5.     Gene Expression

Click Life in Space Experiment to find out more.

B.     Energy in Space: This calls on students to test new power sources that could work well in a microgravity environment. The subject of the experiment from the energy perspective can be a study in one of the following fields:

1.     Solar Power-Based Space Energy

2.     Solar Satellite

3.     Space-Based Smart Grids      

Click Energy in Space Experiment to find out more.

 IMPORTANT NOTICE

  • Your proposal should be understandable to a panel of judges who are from various fields and who have scientific knowledge of the relevant competition fields. 
  • Before you submit your proposal please ensure that you have read all available information on the challenge homepage and completed all sections of this form with full information and details.
  • Submit your proposal in the step 4 of ‘’Submit ideas’’ section on the challenge homepage.

Submission Attachment Templates


Template Name Description Download
Proposal for ''Life in Space Experiment'' 1) Download and fill out the attached proposal. 2) Re-upload and submit your proposal in the ''Submit ideas!'' section Life in Space.pdf
Proposal for ''Energy in Space Experiment'' 1) Download and fill out the attached proposal. 2) Re-upload and submit your proposal in the ''Submit ideas!'' section Energy In Space.pdf
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Opens
03 March 2019
Closes
04 March 2019