Centennial Challenges

The Centennial Challenges are NASA space competition inducement prize contests for non-government-funded technological achievements by American teams.

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Robot Competition - Outdoor Unmanned Ground Vehicle Competitions - Centennial Challenges
... The Centennial Challenges are NASA prize contests for non-government funded technological achievements, including robotics, by US citizens ...
Space Competition - Other, Sub-million Dollar Prizes - Centennial Challenges
... Cash awards were offered in three areas as part of the NASA Centennial Challenges Program the Beam Power Challenge, the Tether Challenge, and the Northrop Grumman Lunar Lander Challenge ... contestants fulfilled the criteria necessary to win any of the three challenges, the competition elicited promising technology developments and demonstrated ...
Centennial Challenges - Completed Challenges - Regolith Excavation Challenge
... In this Challenge, teams designed and built robotic machines to excavate simulated lunar soil (regolith) ... The Challenge was managed by the California Space Authority and was competed in 2007, 2008, and 2009, at which time the Challenge was won by a team from Worcester Polytechnic Institute ... Regolith Challenge Excavation ...

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