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EGSDC 2022 Qualifiers to ISSDC

Congratulations and well done to all participants of the first National Space Design Competition in Egypt, EGSDC 2022! A huge thank you to the 45 participants who registered for the competition from multiple regions of Egypt. We thoroughly enjoyed judging your 18 essay submissions. The challenge presented was to design Bazol, the Foundation Society’s first Lunar habitat on the far side

#5: Prime & Subcontractors

Word count & reading time: (1280 words – 10 minutes) Welcome back to the Space Design Competitions – unique, impactful, and exhilarating space STEAM-a-thon events that get you conceptually designing space habitats for up to 80 years in the future… The last article elaborated on the details of the Company Structure and roles within them.

#4: Company Structure

Word count & reading time: (1095 words – 8 minutes)  Welcome back to the Space Design Competitions – unique, impactful, and exhilarating space STEAM-a-thon events that get you conceptually designing space habitats for up to 80 years in the future…  The last article elaborated on the details of the Request for Proposal (RFP) and the

#2: SDC Event Structure

Word count & reading time: (1050 words – 8 minutes)  Welcome back to the Space Design Competitions – unique, impactful, and exhilarating space STEAM-a-thon events that get you conceptually designing space habitats for up to 80 years in the future…  The last article introduced you to the competitions and to what the Space Science &

#1: A Taste of the SDCs

Word count & reading time: (655 words – 3 minutes)  Welcome to the Space Design Competitions – unique, impactful, and exhilarating space STEAM-a-thon events that get you conceptually designing space habitats for up to 80 years in the future…  This article will introduce you to the competitions and what we’re all about here at the

How We Think and Learn

How We Think And Learn Every great advance in science has issued from a new audacity of imagination. ~John Dewey, The Quest for Certainty, 1929 Catherine Twomey Fosnot Most people assume that learning results from teachers transmitting knowledge: clearly explaining concepts, procedures to be practiced, and facts to be memorized; then testing to assess retention