Thursday, May 7, 2015


You are a scientist with a problem.
You have a billion dollars of NASA hardware that will be using your code - and you really don't have a billion dollars to replace NASA equipment in case you did something wrong.

What you do?

How could you "test" your code in REAL SPACE before trying yours, making a horrible, horrible mistake, costing NASA (and you) countless of dollars, making you blush redder than a sunburned tomato, causing your mother to cry horribly, disowning you as her child...

...maybe if we could try it out first...


ZR is a robotics programming competition. You and your team will be programming robotic SPHERES satellites that work on the International Space Station.
Come join us in the race...

  • PARTICIPANTS: 6th - 8th grade
       (5th graders going into 6th grade AND/OR 8th graders going into 9th grade are eligible)
  • COST: $125 for 5 weeks ($25 per week)
    Make checks out to North Idaho STEM Charter Academy
  • TIMES: 9:00 am - 1:30 pm, M-Th (we will not be meeting on Fridays)
  • DATES:  Monday, July 6 - Thursday, August 6


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