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WELCOME TO SPACE AT BERKELEY

Can You See The Vision

A.S.T.R.O. DIVISION

Join us as we compete in various NASA Artemis Student Challenges, kicking off with the SUITS Challenge

SPACE at Berkeley's NASA SUITS Team

SUITS

sPACESUIT uSER INTERFACE & tECHNOLOGY FOR sTUDENTS
SPACE at Berkeley's NASA Micro-g NExT Team

Micro-g next

Micro-g Neutral Buoyancy Experiment Design Teams
SPACE at Berkeley's NASA HER Team

HER

Human Exploration Rover
SPACE at Berkeley's NASA Lunabotics Team

Lunabotics

SPACE at Berkeley's NASA Launch Team

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DISCOVERY DIVISION

SPACE at Berkeley's NASA BIG Idea Team

BIG Idea

Breakthrough, Innovative, and Game-changing Idea
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PTMC

PLANT THE MOON CHALLENGE
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RASC-AL

REVOLUTIONARY AEROSPACE SYSTEMS CONCEPT
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KIBO RPC

KIBO ROBOT PROGRAMMING CHALLENGE
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STUDENT

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About SPACE
at Berkeley

SPACE at Berkeley is a student-run organization focused on competing in NASA Artemis Student Challenges,  where undergraduate and graduate students will build foundational knowledge on topics and technologies critical to the success of the Artemis missions and future space exploration. This involves many areas that NASA is still exploring, such as AR development, lunar robotics, and more each year. The Artemis program is how NASA intends to reestablish human presence on the moon and beyond since Apollo. Our teams work hard throughout the year to develop innovative solutions to complex problems . At the end of the school year, we travel to NASA facilities to participate in test week alongside other university teams. Our mission is to inspire and educate the next generation of space explorers through the ongoing Artemis Program.

INSTAGRAM

  • What is the recruiting process?
    The first step is to fill out the interest form and from there we will contact you to set up a brief chat.
  • What majors can apply?
    We are open to all majors, both technical and non-technical, so feel free to fill out the interest form regardless of your intended major!
  • How will I benefit from joining?
    You will get the opportunity to work closely with a NASA mentor and a team of talented undergraduate and graduate students. You can interact with NASA employees and learn new skills along the way.
  • How much experience do I need?
    Your experience level, whether a lot or a little, does not prevent you from competing with the team. We want you to apply regardless of your experience and allow us to place you in the right role that will allow for the most growth and contribution.
  • How many people can be in a team?
    There is no limit to the size of the teams.
  • Where can I learn more about the NASA SUITS Challenge?
    Follow this link: https://www.nasa.gov/learning-resources/spacesuit-user-interface-technologies-for-students/
CONTACT US

CONTACT US

EMAIL
spaceatberkeley@gmail.com

Thank You!

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