Not only did Iowa State’s Team LunaCY succeed in building a better robot and making a good showing at this year’s NASA Lunabotics Mining Competition, it also brought home three awards and the first place title. The Lunabotics Club won the Joe Kosmo Award for Excellence, first place in on-site mining and third place in …Continue reading “Team LunaCY wins NASA competition”
The ISU Lunabotics Mining Team just finished first place at the 2013 NASA Lunabotics Mining Competition at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida from May 20-24. Below are videos from the team. “Harlem Shake” video Video of HERMES competition run NASA EDGE videos of the entire competition Visit the team on Facebook for more. The …Continue reading “Watch the latest fun videos from student clubs!”
After leaving NASA’s annual Lunabotics Mining Competition empty handed the past two years, Iowa State team members were determined to stand out at this year’s contest. Armed with a new design, Team LunaCY did that and more, earning first place in the categories of on-site mining, outreach, and communications with their robot, ART-E III. Members …Continue reading “Lunabotics club mines success in NASA competition”
Iowa State University’s Team LunaCY will compete in NASA’s Lunabotics Mining Competition May 21-26. This year’s student-designed and student-built robot is lighter and more efficient than past efforts. The goal is to mine and deposit at least 10 kilograms of simulated moon soil within 10 minutes. Read the full story.
Iowa State’s Lunabotics Mining team is at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida for the 2nd Annual NASA Lunabotics Mining Competition. This morning, May 26, Team LunaCY gave its systems presentation at the NASA Kennedy Space Center Visitors Center. At 1 p.m. EDT today, they will begin competing in challenges that continue through May 28. …Continue reading “Lunabotics Mining team competes at Kennedy Space Center”