Over The Dusty Moon Challenge
DESIGN AND BUILD A REGOLITH TRANSPORT SOLUTION FOR THE MOON
The OvertheDustyMoon Challenge is a student competition hosted by the Colorado School of Mines and Lockheed Martin. University teams from around the world compete in the competition. The goal is to build a transport mechanism for lunar regolith. This is an important feedstock for construction, mineral processing and other ISRU activities. The competition is divided into two phases. In the second phase, the teams have to submit a system report. This must explain how the system works and how the system will function on the moon. If the report convinces the jury, the respective teams receive an invitation to phase 2, the in-person competition in Colorado. From this point on, a prototype must be developed from the theoretical idea in order to be able to present it in the final.
Deadline for registration and Phase 1 submissions
Phase 2 in-person competition in Colorado
Notification to invitees, beginning of Phase 2