›Cities in Space 2020
In your classroom sit the future leaders and settlers of new worlds.
The STEAMSPACE team are dedicated to opening the space frontier, in our lifetimes, to everyone. Beyond the boundaries of race, gender, ideological and socioeconomic difference, STEAMSPACE Education Outreach™ believes in opening this new path to any and all who would like to go. In order to be prepared for the world of Free Space and colonization, the human race must consider what to do once the traveling is over and we have arrived.
STEAMSPACE™ Education, Student Competition and Conference, November 9th, Austin, Texas
Space colonization on other planets, the Moon and in Free Space will require an broad array of skills and resources but eventually, humans will be born in these colonies and the human race will thrive and multiply in a new environments alive with broader cultures, science, and ideologies than seen here on Earth.
The Cities in Space® Competition offers students access to those who currently work in the space industry and space-oriented academia. This February in Austin, students will come together to present, compete and learn from one another about building a new world beyond Earth and how to create a surviving and thriving community. At Cities in Space®, when they are not presenting their own projects, competing students have the opportunity to listen to speakers at the conference, and to interact with scientists, engineers, NASA experts, New Space leaders, and astronauts. Students attend a luncheon with such speakers as leading scientists, entrepreneurs, researchers, and businesses.
In addition to these opportunities to interact with professionals, students experience the larger space world through film screenings, student film presentations and music performances.
In support of STEAM ( Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) Education and Project Based Learning, the Cities in Space® Competition is aimed at creating a structure that can enable the human race to survive and thrive into a new civilization in space.