Space Settlement Design Contest 2001 Results


This year we received 135 submissions from 581 students and 23 teachers. Entries came from Austria, Japan and the United States. Submissions came from 14 U.S. states: California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, Massachusetts, Missouri, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia.


Grand Prize

Judging for the grand prize ended in a tie. The grand prize went to Meg O. and Nikhil T. for their submission Avalon, Mankind's Next Utopia and to Azhar S. A. for The Centurion Space Settlement. Meg and Nikhil are 10th graders from Berlin, New Jersey and Azhar studies at the Vienna International School in Vienna, Austria. Congratulations to these outstanding students.

Note: for the rest of the prizes there were individual, team/small group (consisting of 2-6 students) and large group (from 7-35 students) awards for two groups: 6-9th grade and 10-12th grade. Team names are listed by submission.

First Prize

Second Prize

Third Prize

Honorable Mention:


These teachers involved their classes in the contest:


Special thanks to Ken Souza, Bonnie Dalton and Ruth Globus at NASA Ames Research Center for supporting this educational activity.

Space Settlement home page

Contest home page

Curator: Al Globus
NASA Responsible Official: Dr. Ruth Globus
If you find any errors on this page contact Al Globus.
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