nhabiting a planet other than the Earth has long been a central theme of science fiction. But this idea is becoming more and more plausible as a result of continued technological advances – with major breakthroughs anticipated in the years to come.
The Moon Camp Challenge allows student participants to take a first step towards deep space exploration by focusing on Earth’s only natural satellite. Organised by the Airbus Foundation and the European Space Agency (ESA), in partnership with Autodesk, this year’s edition invites students worldwide to imagine tomorrow’s sustainable lunar settlements with the help of 3D-modelling tools.
“I’m impressed by the ever-growing quality of the proposals submitted by the young people in each edition,” said Rachel Schroeder, Airbus Foundation Managing Director. “And I’m convinced this latest competition will be even more challenging for the teams, making it increasingly difficult for the jury to evaluate the proposals.”
I’m convinced that this new edition of the Moon Camp Challenge will be even more challenging for the teams, making it increasingly difficult for the jury to evaluate the proposals.
Rachel Schroeder, Managing Director Airbus Foundation