Now announcing the winning teams!

We are pleased to announce the winners of the 2015 ASE AstroSat Challenge! We enjoyed reading through several amazing experiment ideas from teams all over the country. Unfortunately we had to narrow the selection to just 15 teams, but want to thank everyone who took the time to submit their idea. We hope this experience has contributed to your education and encourage you to check back on our site as we post the results of the experiments.

  • TRHL Science
    Three Rivers HomeLink
    Trevor Macduff
    Richland, WA
  • Space Science and Engineering Team
    Cache Makers
    Kevin Reeve
    Logan, UT
  • Brophy SPACE (Student Planetary Astronomy and Cosmology Enthusiasts) Club
    Brophy College Preparatory
    Noah Lewkowitz
    Phoenix, AZ
  • RVA Galactic
    James River High School
    Timothy Couillard
    Midlothian, VA
  • HBHStech.com
    Huntington Beach High School
    Kevin Crossett
    Huntington Beach, CA
  • YHS LEOIC
    Yreka High School
    Josh Thompson
    Yreka, CA
  • FHS Comp Sci
    Freedom High School
    Nicole Hooper
    Oakley, CA
  • Herndon Space Voyagers
    Herndon High School
    Shella R. Condino
    Herndon, VA
  • The UP Xlab
    Upper Perkiomen High School
    Dan Moyer
    Pennsburg, PA
  • MS2TC Science Club
    Middle School Math Science Technology Center/ Warren Consolidated Schools
    Tuyen C. Duddles
    Warren, MI
  • Miami Young Data Scientists
    The Countdown Institute
    Ajit Jaokar
    Miami, FL
  • Cougars
    Commack High School
    Richard Kurtz
    Commack, NY
  • Luminosity Heritage Church Aerospace Club
    RCMS
    Robert Bumbary
    Oakton, VA
  • Medical Minecraft
    Connally High School
    David Conover
    Austin, TX
  • RCMS Luminosity and Magnetic Connection
    Fairfax County Public School
    Jennifer Maybury
    Herndon, VA

We hope this experience has contributed to your education and encourage you to check the AstroSat web site www.ardusat.com/astrosat as we post the results of the experiments.

For more information on ASE, visit www.space-explorers.org.

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The Association of Space Explorers is the unique professional organization composed of astronauts who have orbited Earth. We have 375 members from 35 countries. We are passionate about encouraging students to pursue science, technology, engineering, and math education, as well as careers in astronautics. The ASE AstroSat Challenge is designed to give you a taste of the exciting world of satellite operations.

The ASE AstroSat Challenge is made possible with the generous support of the Northrop Grumman Corporation.