2014 Competition

24th July 2014
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UK Team Lands in Florida

Students representing the winning UK finals team, Grumbo Aerospace, landed in Orlando, Florida on Tuesday to compete in the International Space Settlement Design Competition. After a long …

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7th April 2014
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UKSDC National Final 2014: Results

This year the students were asked to present detailed designs for a mobile space settlement housing 10,000 people, and designed to move small near-Earth asteroids …

5th March 2014
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Chipping Norton School at the Final

Congratulations to Chipping Norton School, whose excellent performance at the Oxford Regional in December has earned them a place at the National Final later this …

3rd March 2014
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A busy weekend

This weekend saw lots of students competing. At the West London regional, the winners were Vulture Aviation, formed of students from Wallington County Grammar School and …

27th February 2014
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UKSDC 2014 Finalists Announced

We would like to thank everyone who submitted a video and competed in a regional competition this year. Clearly a great deal of work was …

28th January 2014
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South East London Regional Winners Announced!!

The winners of the South East London regional competition were Vulture Aviation.  The company was made up of students from Trinity School, Croydon. Congratulations!

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16th December 2013
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Central England Regional a success!

Last weekend, students from Riddlesdown Collegiate and Chipping Norton School competed to design the 4500 person Astram settlement in orbit around Mars. Rockdonnell Corporation (Chipping Norton) had …

24th November 2013
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Regional and Micro Winners Announced!

The winners of the micro competition were Dougeldyne Astrosystems, made up of students from Holland Park School, and the winners of the Regional competition were …

23rd November 2013
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Half Day Report

All the contestants are working really hard and some really cool ideas are coming up! I can’t wait to see the final presentations tonight and …

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Yum

Making lunch for 120 people is hard enough on Earth- our competitors have an even bigger challenge making it on Mercury!